A look at the data on domestic terrorism and who’s behind it

A deadly attack in Charlottesville, Va., during a white nationalist rally and counterprotests brought attention to far-right terrorism and how it compares with radical Islamic terrorism. President Donald Trump, always quick to denounce radical Islamic terrorist attacks, was widely criticized for taking longer to explicitly condemn white nationalists. After first criticizing actions on "many sides," Trump finally gave a full-throated condemnation two days later. The day after that, he said he thought "there is blame on both sides."   During the Aug. 12 protests, the driver of a Dodge Challenger drove into a crowd of people. Heather D. Heyer, 32, was … >>More
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