Washington Post: Pittsburgh shooting comes amid rise in hate crimes, growing anxiety about right-wing extremism
This Washington Post article
about the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting and recent attacks cites the Global Terrorism Database and quotes GTD Program Manager Erin Miller.
NPR: With Technology, Law Enforcement Gets Better at Threats By Mail
START Director William Braniff is quoted in this NPR article
and NPR broadcast
about law enforcement intercepting threats by mail. The article appeared in more than 50 outlets and the radio report was broadcast at affiliates throughout the country. He also appeared on this AirTalk radio show
and in this WJLA article
, which appeared in nearly 60 outlets across the country.
Christian Science Monitor: What mail bombs say – and don’t say – about political discourse
START researcher Victor Asal is quoted in this Christian Science Monitor article
about the recent mail bombs considered within the broader political discourse.
The Atlantic: If the pipe-bomb mailings aren’t terrorism, what is?
START researcher Martha Crenshaw is quoted in this Atlantic article
about whether the mail bombs can be considered terrorism.
TIME: This week’s attempted bombings raise alarms, but experts say it doesn’t mean the country is more violent
START researcher Joseph Young is quoted in this TIME article
about the recent mail bombs.
Boston Herald: Mail bombs put Dems on high alert
START researcher Gary Ackerman is quoted in this Boston Herald article
about the recent mail bombs targeting high profile Democrats.
The Globe and Mail: Suspicious packages sent to De Niro, Biden as investigators focus on leads in Florida
GTD Program Manager Erin Miller is quoted in this Globe and Mail article
about the investigation into mail bombs being sent to multiple high profile figures.
Foreign Policy: The Fight Against Terror Needs Better Data
This Foreign Policy article
on researching terrorism uses data from the Global Terrorism Database (GTD).
The Conversation: The psychology of closure – and why some need it more than others
START researcher Arie Kruglanski is quoted in this The Conversation article
about the psychology of closure.
Nature: Retool AI to forecast and limit wars
This Nature article
on artificial intelligence and conflict forecasting uses data from the Global Terrorism Database (GTD).
Vice: Tracing the Tactics of 21st-Century Youth Protest
START researcher Erica Chenoweth is quoted in this Vice article
about nonviolent protest.