Conspiracy theories, like Qanon, are now officially considered "domestic terrorism threats" by the FBI
Christopher Hasson assembled an arsenal to start a race war and had a target list of prominent Democrats. Bill Barr's office didn't see fit to charge him with any violent crimes that would have kept him in jail.
A roundup of the latest news on the massacre in Charleston.
Thom Hartmann wonders why the media won't call incidents like the recent shooting in Nevada domestic terrorism.
[media id=8657] [Note: I confirmed earlier today that my interview with Anderson Cooper regarding "lone wolf" violence will air on AC360 tonight, so
June 2009: A Holocaust denier and right-wing tax protester named James Von Brunn opens fire at the Holocaust Museum, killing a security guard.
February 2009: A Marine named Kody Brittingham is arrested and charged with plotting to assassinate President Obama. Brittingham also collected white-supremacist material.
Pat Robertson, on The 700 Club yesterday, got in on the collective right-wing teeth-gnashing over that Department of Homeland Security bulletin on the
Shepard Smith brought that rarest of things to Fox News yesterday: amid the cacophony over the Tea Parties, he actually committed an act of journalism
Dennis Milligan, the new chairman of the Arkansas Republican Party, probably shouldn't sound quite this excited about the prospect of domestic ter
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