Earlier, I was whining about how the CIA no longer bothers to update its fascinating table in the CIA World Factbook on countries' military spending as a percent of GDP. For example, the U.S. number still says, comically, "2005, est."
There's another federal website with unpopular that would be too embarrassing to delete, but the feds have found a similar solution: just let it wither on the vine by never updating it. That's the Bureau of Justice Statistics' page on Homicide Trends. It's still there, but the latest data is for 2005. I started looking at it when debating Steven Levitt in 1999, and it was regularly updated with each year's new numbers. But, now, it doesn't appear to have been updated in a half decade.
For more information about racial patterns in violent victimization
see Key Facts at a Glance.