Twenty people in the U.S. have faced charges for planning to fight with militant groups in Iraq.
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That's a lot of dough.
The huge group congregated in a very unlikely place to make a powerful statement.
Australia has its own Florida Man.
Because Islam is a religion of peace.
Too many people are giving the shooter the benefit of the doubt.
"I just want a place where I can secure my son's rights / I am not a killer but I can commit a crime to protect my rights."
Benjamin Miller has a story to tell his friends.
Reminder: Africa is not a country
The attacks seem like 'Charlie Hebdo' in redux.
The event was supporting "art, blasphemy and freedom of speech."
He put his entire career at risk.
"We now have a glimmer of hope."
The entire exchange has to be seen to be believed.
"I have been shown in darkness, light [and] have learned that, even in prison, one can be free."
"In our society, it’s more alarming to see a naked body than to see a charred cadaver."
The country could be going to war.
Keep calm and vaccinate on.
So is this or is this not a porn plot?
The country is on the precipice of a "dramatic spiral."
More than 400 rabbis are sending Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a message.
Jordan has launched an aggressive air strike campaign.
The pressure is on.