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D.C.'s 'edge' neighborhoods seeing violent crime spike

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As a 29-year-old solar energy analyst lies in a D.C. hospital fighting for his life, the brutal beating of Thomas Maslin on well-to-do Capitol Hill is telling of the two worlds in which many residents live, where crime rate and property value can change from block to block. Maslin, a husband and father, was found on the doorsteps of one of North Carolina Avenue Southeast's many...