Some longtime watchers of the conspiracy say it's grown to the point where it doesn't need 8chan or even Q anymore.
The massacre committed by Alexandre Bissonnette was driven by racial hatred, but a judge did not consider it terrorism.
A global terrorism tracker lists 183 incidents involving vehicles from 1970 to the end of 2016—122 of them since 2010.
The two biggest massacres in the last 40 years of Canadian history have been explicitly linked to misogyny.
But not everyone agrees with the type of training, as Seattle staffers were told by police to fight back, not flee.
Terrorism is a word like "pornography": blurry at the boundaries, but something everyone is sure they will recognize when they see it.
A day after the Taliban declared two TV stations legitimate "military targets," Afghan journalists said that they would withhold coverage of the insurgency if they are attacked.
The director of "The Act of Killing" and "The Look of Silence" has made two documentary epic poems about long-ignored Indonesian war crimes.
While it can't be said that the first post–Elliot Rodger killing spree had a female perpetrator—killing sprees are just too common for that—the fact that one of these killers wasn't a dude makes for at least an interesting footnote.