Judge Changes Law to Give Man Who Killed Six Muslim Men More Prison Time
The massacre committed by Alexandre Bissonnette was driven by racial hatred, but a judge did not consider it terrorism.
Why Vehicles Are on the Rise as Weapons of Mass Killing
A global terrorism tracker lists 183 incidents involving vehicles from 1970 to the end of 2016—122 of them since 2010.
Toxic Masculinity Is at the Heart of This Darkness
The two biggest massacres in the last 40 years of Canadian history have been explicitly linked to misogyny.
What We Talk About When We Talk About Terrorism
Terrorism is a word like "pornography": blurry at the boundaries, but something everyone is sure they will recognize when they see it.
'Look of Silence' Director Joshua Oppenheimer Talks Art, Confrontation, and Genocide
The director of "The Act of Killing" and "The Look of Silence" has made two documentary epic poems about long-ignored Indonesian war crimes.
A Brief History of Female Rampage Killers
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.