Brown University's Stephanie Savell told Newsweek the president's "America is Back" rhetoric "is worrisome because it signals a potential return to a militarized status quo in which the US is exporting its militaristic approach and its weapons to many, many places."
"They already have begun exporting their hate," former CIA officer and FBI special agent Tracy Walder told Newsweek.
Joe Biden's attorney general nominee promised that investigating the extremist Capitol insurrection would be his "first priority" if confirmed.
The Biden administration seeks to tear the nation apart, not unify it.
"We've missed some things," former Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best told Newsweek. "We could probably have precluded some really dangerous acts from occurring."
"The Navy does not and will not tolerate supremacist or extremist conduct," Navy Vice Admiral John Nowell, Jr. told Newsweek. "Discrimination of any kind, for any reason, goes against the Navy's core values and will not be tolerated."
The former president is now facing a second Senate trial accused of inciting the storming of the Capitol building by a far-right mob on January 6.
The Republican senator said the Department of Homeland Security had "a lot of questions to answer" under Biden.
"It's pretty much worthless," one former federal law enforcement official told Newsweek. "There are no specifics and nothing actionable."
"Let me be clear: the Department should have been more prepared for this attack," acting chief Yogananda Pittman told Congress on Tuesday.
Canada has considered placing the group on same list as ISIS and Al-Qaeda following the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
"I never understood why we don't go as aggressively after domestic terrorists as we do Islamic terrorists," Scarborough said on Friday.
The U.S. Embassy called the attack on a Baghdad market that killed more than 30 people "reprehensible."
The PA has long incentivized violence with the infamous "pay to slay" program. Perversely, the program is even enshrined in its laws.
Canada's public safety minister said decisions on "ideologically-motivated violent extremists" are being discussed following Capitol attack.
The Turning Point USA founder said that "just because you do something that is regrettable does not mean you're planning an armed insurrection against the United States government."
The Change.org petition has doubled in support following the attack on Congress at Capitol Hill on January 6.
"It should be looked as a conspiratorial type investigation that focuses on organization and planning that predates yesterday's events," a senior law enforcement official describing the Capitol protests as "domestic terrorism" told Newsweek.
"If my grandfather were alive today and saw the country he fought for today, he'd be disgusted," Fallon said on "The Tonight Show."
Sonia Tabizada threatened a Catholic school over its perceived acceptance of same-sex couples in 2019, leaving a phone message with the school that "you guys are about to get terrorism."
"If al Qaeda or Iran undertakes an attack, even if the Russians nuke us, we'll be ready," a senior military officer says sardonically. "But if there's a domestic breakdown, I'm not so sure."
Benjamin Ryan Teeter to be sentenced after he discussed blowing up government buildings and provided weaponry to an FBI informant.
Boys are being deliberately targeted by online groups that welcome extreme acts of violence against women, research shows.
Abdullah, an alleged al-Shabaab operative, attended flight school in the Philippines and researched methods on how to get into the country and hijack a plane, the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Southern District of New York said on Wednesday.
In all cases, it would be better to capture war criminals alive, but if that is not possible, it is entirely lawful and moral to neutralize them and the threats they pose, while limiting the collateral damage to others.