unabomber

"You're a human being to us. You're still my brother."
"After Ted was arrested and we were haunted by the media, I got quite depressed and I went through this 'poor-me' phase, because the government had betrayed us. They had assured us nobody would ever know that it was us who identified my brother as the Unabomber."
Retired FBI agent Clint Van Zandt is NBC's go-to analyst for these tragically recurring events.
The myth of the lone wolf terrorist is one that assumes terrorists are born that way. They are lifelong solitary individuals striking at a completely random target, only to disappear into the shadows, without a hint to law enforcement. But that's not always the case.
With Ted now 17 years into his term of eight life sentences, David says that he has been able to find ways to let light into
It was a case that plagued investigators and frightened the nation for nearly 18 years. From 1978 to 1995, an anonymous individual
The purpose of terrorism is, of course, to terrorize, and they are succeeding at that. Hundreds of thousands have now fled Iraq and Syria as a result of ISIL's unparalleled violence and mastery of social media. One has to ask: who would be susceptible to their recruitment?
Last Saturday night at Stanford University, I had the honor of publicly debating the world's leading anarcho-primitivist philosopher John Zerzan. As a transhumanist, I differ from Zerzan on just about every topic.
Was the abortion debate really going on four hundred+ years ago? Indeed. And who knew?
In the wake of last week's massacre at UCSB, people have been arguing about what the tragedy was "really" about. The "#YesAllWomen