As of June 30, there were 5,637 homicides nationwide, according to data from the FBI.

That means the country is on pace to have at least a dozen more homicides this year than last.

The number of murders this year is likely to be higher than the total of 5,974 homicides that occurred in the same period last year.

What’s more, the number of homicides in 2016 is also on pace for a record high, according the FBI, which says that “fatalities in 2016 were the highest on record for the nation.”

This year, at least 2,049 people were killed in the U.S. in 2016, a new record.

It’s been more than 10 years since there have been more homicides than homicides in any year since 1999.

That year, there was 1,543 homicides in the country, a rate that has only climbed since then.

The 2016 homicide rate is even higher than that year, with 1,064 murders.

According to the FBI data, the 2016 homicide toll is a record for any year.

So far this year, 5,878 people have been killed.

Here are some of the top 10 states in terms of murders.

The states with the most homicides per capita in 2016.

Top 10 U.P. states with homicides per 100,000 residents: 1.

Mississippi 2.

West Virginia 3.

Alabama 4.

Arkansas 5.

Missouri 6.

Texas 7.

Missouri 8.

Alabama 9.

Wyoming 10.


The top 10 U,P.

counties with the highest murder rates per 100 people: 1: Illinois 2.

Iowa 3.

New Hampshire 4.

Delaware 5.

Ohio 6.

Virginia 7.

Pennsylvania 8.

Wisconsin 9.

Minnesota 10.


In fact, more people were murdered in New Hampshire in 2016 than in any other year since the state began keeping data in 1980.

And it’s not just a state issue, either.

A report released by the Pew Research Center in March found that in the United States, about one in five people were victims of a violent crime in 2016 — an increase of 16 percent since the previous year.

In addition, more than half of all violent crimes were committed by someone who was black or Latino, which is also a significant increase.

That report also found that violent crime has increased by a whopping 16 percent nationwide since 2013.

The percentage of all U.