Is Law Enforcement Able to De-Radicalize Extremists Like John Walker Lindh?
The "American Taliban," a Californian who joined the Taliban in 2001, will be released today.
Parkland Exposed Major Flaws in the FBI's Tip Line. Its Proposed Fix May Present New Problems.
An ignored tip about the potential dangers of the Parkland gunman led the FBI to change its call-center practices, which may have political implications for minority and immigrant communities.
How the Lie That American Muslims Cheered on 9/11 Began
Four years after the terrorist attack, an expert on folklore traced one such rumor to its source.
We Don't Always Remember Public Tragedy Very Accurately
A decade-long study shows that our vivid memories of where, when, and how we found out about September 11th may often be wrong.
Should Tourism Ask More Questions Than It Answers?
Traveling to places where not much remains.
Young Soldiers at Guantanamo Bay Are Getting 9/11 History Lessons
They were only in grade school when the World Trade Center fell.
How Can We Keep Prisoners Sane While They're Behind Bars?
Whatever the method, it’s in everyone’s best interest.
Comparing Europe’s Muslims of Today to Europe’s Jews of Yesterday
Issues swirling around Europe’s non-assimilation of its Muslim population recall its anti-Semitic past, according to scholar Reza Aslan.