U.S. Death Toll From Domestic Extremists Last Year Reaches Two-Decade High

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Last year’s violent rampages in the U.S. contributed to a grim statistic: At least 52 people were killed by domestic extremists in 2015, the highest number in two decades, says a new report from the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism summarized by the Washington Post. “What a tragically noteworthy year 2015 was in terms of
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