On a Tuesday morning in September 2001, the American experience with terrorism was fundamentally altered. Two thousand, nine hundred and ninety-six people were murdered in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania. Thousands more, including many first responders, lost their lives to…
By William Parkin, University of Maryland, Brent Klein, Steven Chermak, Michigan State University, Jeff Gruenewald, Indiana University-Purdue University, Joshua D. Freilich, John Jay College
The 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing was the largest act of domestic terrorism in U.S. history. A new documentary on the PBS series American Experience takes a fresh look at the events and motivations that led to the attack by Timothy…
By PBS NewsHour, Frank Carlson
At the 20th anniversary, we look back at the Oklahoma City bombing. Public television station OETA shares reflections from survivors and victims’ families, and Judy Woodruff talks to former Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick, former Director of Homeland Security of…
By PBS NewsHour
More than 1,000 people, joined by Vice President Dick Cheney and former President Clinton, gathered in Oklahoma City Tuesday to remember the victims of the federal building bombing that occurred 10 years ago.
By PBS NewsHour
A jury convicted Terry Nichols of 161 counts of state murder, as well as first-degree arson and conspiracy, for his role in the April 19, 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. The jury deliberated for five hours before delivering the verdict late…
The Supreme Court Monday refused to block a trial that could mean the death penalty for convicted Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols.
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