A Terrorist Attack Led Japan to Remove All Its Trash Cans. Now They're Making a Comeback.
Public waste bins were largely removed from Japanese cities following the 1995 sarin gas attacks, leading residents to adapt to some particularly stringent waste disposal practices.
Viewfinder: Victims and Families Mark the Second Anniversary of the Manchester Arena Bombing
Two women hug while a two-minute silence is observed in memory of the victims of the Manchester Arena Bombing in Saint Anne's Square on May 22nd, 2019, in Manchester, England.
The Trump Admin Won't Join an Initiative to Curb Social Media Extremism, Citing Free Speech
Experts say the initiative does not "have much teeth to it" but that it does not run contrary to the First Amendment.
U.K. Support for Political Extremism Is Higher Among Whites, a Study Shows
Whites were twice as likely to sympathize with violent protests and/or terrorist acts as native Pakistanis.
Is the American Justice System Equipped to Deal With an Ex-ISIS Member?
Hoda Muthana, a 23-year-old American from Alabama who joined ISIS in 2015, wants to come home and face justice—is that possible?
An Alternative Approach to Preventing Extremist Violence
In Minneapolis–St.Paul, Minnesota a number of organizations are using community collaboration to steer young people away from potential political extremism.
The Coast Guard Lieutenant's Arrest Fits a Pattern of Terrorism Linked to Anti-Government and White Nationalist Extremism
The arrest of a heavily armed white nationalist in Maryland on Wednesday follows another year of deadly far-right extremism.
Viewfinder: The Aftermath of a Terrorist Attack on a Hotel in Nairobi
A woman reacts after being rescued from the Dusit Hotel on January 15th, 2019, in Nairobi, Kenya.
A Look Into the Evidence That 'Lone Wolf' Terrorists Are a Pack
Studies find that many of them connect with like-minded believers online and broadcast their ideology and intentions before they act.
Americans Are Distinguishing Between Muslims and Terrorists
New research finds overall feelings toward the religious minority did not dampen in the aftermath of two major terrorist attacks.
'The Government Is Constructing a New Generation of ISIS'
A year after the liberation of Mosul, Iraq's boys find themselves in a series of dead ends.
What Happens When Your Government Unjustly Deems You a Terrorist?
A conversation with Joan Carling, Filipino gender equality advocate, former adviser to the United Nations, and an enemy of the state, according to the Duterte government.
What the Terrorist Steals When He Takes His Own Life
What happens when suicide forestalls any possibility of justice?
Viewfinder: Praying for Victims of a Suicide Attack in Pakistan
Pakistani Christians take part in a service at the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Lahore on December 18th, 2017, for the victims of a suicide attack on a church the day prior.
Trump Calls for End of Immigration Lottery Program After Terror Attack
Trump also told reporters that he would consider sending the suspected terrorist to Guantánamo Bay in Cuba.