TRENDLINES

A weekly review of violent extremism in America

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TRENDLINES
September 27, 2021 (Early Edition)

Last Week in Review

Terrorism

U.S. domestic terrorism cases more than double since spring 2020
Reuters

Hate Crimes

Long Island man charged with hate crimes for assaulting Latino men
Associated Press

Illinois professor charged with hate crime for assaulting Black woman with his car
Oak Park Journal

2 men charged with hate crimes for assaulting Jewish diners at Los Angeles restaurant
CBS-Los Angeles

San Diego police seek suspects who beat man in anti-gay hate crime
NBC-San Diego

Rampage Violence

Gunman kills 1 and injures 14 before killing himself at Tennessee supermarket
CBS News

University student arrested in Colorado for threatening students and amassing weapons arsenal
Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office

Assault on the Capitol: The Aftermath

Kansas man charged with assaulting police officer during assault on the Capitol
Law & Crime

Capitol riot update: Feds charge 619 people from 44 states and DC
Capitol Hill Siege – GW Program on Extremism

Conferences and Congressional Hearings

Worldwide Threats to the Homeland: 20 Years after 9/11
House Homeland Security Committee (video)

Transatlantic Cooperation on Countering Global Violent Extremism
House Foreign Affairs Committee (video)

Threats to the Homeland: Evaluating the Landscape 20 Years After 9/11
Senate Homeland Security Committee (video)

In-Depth Look at Extremism

Who Are the Oath Keepers?
Post Reports (audio)

How Will the Return to Power of the Taliban Affect International Jihadism?
Fighting Terror (audio)

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