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It was a no-news-is-good-news kind of milestone: For the first time in at least 25 years, New York City just had a weekend with no shootings.

“A city of 8.6 million people — not a single shooting for three days,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday, according to CNN. “Let’s thank the NYPD for what they’ve achieved.”

In the city’s five boroughs, no shootings were reported from Friday to Sunday.

The New York Police Department’s current system for tracking shootings goes back only to 1993, so it’s possible that it was the first time in even longer, the department told CNN.

New York City Had Its First Weekend Without A Shooting In 25 Years

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Kevin Spacey chats with Access at the Margin Call premiere in New York about the significance of this movie. What message were they hoping to convey about the banking industry? Plus, how does he think this film ties into what’s happening with the Occupy Wall Street movement? | October 17, 2011 

I have to disagree with Kevin about “those days are done.”  I think the banking industry is absolutely headed towards another meltdown - and American tax payers will once again be forced to bail them out. Why? Because any regulations that were put in place after the 2008 crisis have been undone…The Gordon Gekkos of the world are alive and well. 

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