Category Archives: terrorism

America in Crisis

Oliver Darcy and Brian Stelter of CNN – What do you write on a day like this? How can the day be neatly summed up in a string of sentences and paragraphs? How can the pain, agony, frustration and fear … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theories Can’t Be Stopped

And some scientists think we wouldn’t want to even if we could. Maggie Koerth of FiveThirtyEight – Shortly before killing 50 people at two New Zealand mosques, the man arrested for the Christchurch massacre posted an online manifesto that alluded … Continue reading

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One weekend in America

Brandon Hardin of BuzzFeed News – Digesting news of one mass shooting is hard enough. This weekend, we had two: At least 20 people were killed and 26 injured Saturday afternoon in a shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theories Can’t Be Stopped

And some scientists think we wouldn’t want to even if we could. from Maggie Koerth-Baker of FiveThirtyEight – Shortly before killing 50 people at two New Zealand mosques, the man arrested for the Christchurch massacre posted an online manifesto that … Continue reading

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Once sanctuaries, today houses of worship struggle with security

from the Associated Press via Mail.com – A rabbi who packs a gun. A church installing security cameras. A police car protecting a mosque. Houses of worship have traditionally been places of refuge where strangers are welcome. But high-profile attacks … Continue reading

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