During the ongoing nationwide demonstrations, we must recognize the continued threat of active shooters and domestic terrorism.
Sovereign citizens are a threat in the United States – often hiding in the shadows and pushing the fringes of what is legal and what is not.
There is a debate about whether recent US shootings should be classified and tried in the same way as crimes against America by foreign extremist groups.
Days after the Pittsburgh massacre, Manchester, NH, police discovered a spray-painted swastika on the floor of a gazebo in Wagner Park.
The United States has a domestic terrorism problem that needs bipartisanship action in Congress – because the solution won't be found with one agency or political party.
Cuomo Calls For Legislation To Redefine Domestic Terrorism As 'Hate-Inspired, Mass Murder By An American'
NY Governor called domestic terrorism "hate-inspired, mass murder by an American" and he wants to combat hate crimes and white supremacist groups with legislation that would do the same.
Even if there's a domestic terrorism investigation into three recent mass shootings, no specific domestic terrorism law exists in the federal criminal code.
Following two mass shootings over the weekend, President Trump called on federal authorities to do a better job identifying violent extremists in the U.S. But that won't be easy.
The federal government defines domestic terrorism as politically motivated violence designed to coerce or intimidate a civilian population.
Federal authorities state that the shooting that killed 20 people at a crowded El Paso department store will be handled as a domestic terrorism case.