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Cato Institute: The Toronto “Van Incident” and Terrorism in Canada
USA Today: Waffle House suspect Travis Reinking deemed himself a 'sovereign citizen,' part of anti-government group
Washington Post: How to make sense of our collapsing global order
Psychology Today: The Cycle of Violence
9 News: The evolution of terror: From anarchists to Al-Qaeda
Toronto Star: My friend ended up in jail, I ended up at Yale: Toronto lawyer and activist Jamil Jivani explores the destructive ideas that can influence young men
Der Tagesspiegel: Held über Nacht
The National Post: Is Sikh extremism really active in Canada?
National Public Radio: Is The Austin Serial Bomber A 'Terrorist'? Not Legally – Yet.
The New York Times: Were the Austin Bombings Acts of Terrorism? Why Law Enforcement Says No
Crime Report: Three Universities Launch National Database to Track School Shootings
War on the Rocks: Strategic Progress Remains Elusive in America's Expanded Air Campaign Against Al-Shabaab
Politifact: NRA's Loesch cherry-picks terrorism deaths in France to argue against assault weapon ban
Playboy: How to Deprogram a White Supremacist
LA Times: Guns play an outsized role in deaths from terrorist attacks, especially in the U.S., data show
The Reason: Is It OK To Punch a Nazi? We Asked Berkeley Students
BBC: Can mapping conflict data explain, predict and prevent violence?
The Hill: American attitudes are disconnected from reality on crime trends
The Hill: New defense strategy requires paradigm shift in US counterterrorism
Religion News Service: To keep churches safe, government gets involved
U.S. News: How Terrorism Is Taught Around the World
Lawfare: Marginalizing Violent Extremism Online
Washington Post: Trump seems to think that sharks are ocean terrorists
The National Interest: Understanding the Global Refugee Crisis: A Tale of 3 Myths
Washington Post: The Iran struggle will be historic. Here’s what Trump should do.
The Conversation: Did far-right extremist violence really spike in 2017?
Politifact: Infowars says suspect in San Francisco plot is anti-Trump
The Guardian: The history of 2017 in seven charts
Middle East Eye: Trump has led the way for schoolyard bullying of American Muslims
Associated Press: US drone strike removes 'imminent threat' to Somali capital
WTOP: US still faces major terrorism challenges
Associated Press: As Baltimore murders soar, mayor talks tough on crime
Associated Press: Final death toll in Somalia's worst attack is 512 people
The Conversation: What drives instability in Africa and what can be done about it
Politico: Egypt attack is tragic evidence of ‘new normal'
Star Tribune: Father, hacker and jujitsu instructor among Minnesotans under investigation for ISIS ties
Record Searchlight: Why do mass shooters even target children and strangers?
Eureka Street: They're not lone wolves, they're canaries
Delaware Online: Delaware churches armed, ready for an attack
PolitiFact: Michael McCaul makes Half True claim that New York attack the ninth vehicular assault "by ISIS"
Colorado Pubilc Radio: When Is Someone A Terrorist? Do Journalists Get It Right?
The Independent: Texas church shooting: What mass killings and domestic violence have in common
Mic: Domestic violence is a link among most mass shooters — but America continues to ignore it
The Washington Post: What political science can tell us about mass shootings
Aeon Magazine: Alt-Right or jihad?
ProPublica: White Supremacists Share Bomb-Making Materials in Online Chats
Bustle: Can Vehicle Attacks In The U.S. Ever Be Stopped?
The Hill: Cities grapple with how to protect soft targets from new attacks
BBC: Why Uzbek migrants are being radicalised
Newsweek: New York Terror: Could the Killer Have Been Spotted Sooner?