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The suspect in the stabbing attack at a rabbi’s home pleaded not guilty to all charges. Here’s what we know about him so far.

Grafton E. Thomas, 37, has pleaded not guilty to five counts of attempted murder and one count of burglary. Here's what we know about him so far.

FBI agents are livid that Trump is amplifying ‘bulls— theories’ about Jeffrey Epstein’s death ‘that have no basis in rea...

FBI agents who spoke with INSIDER said the president's sharing of baseless conspiracy theories isn't just irresponsible but also dangerous.
A protester holds a sign reading "There are not 'many sides', Denounce domestic white terrorism" at a march against white nationalism in Times Square in New York City, the day after the attack on counter-protesters at the "Unite the Right" rally organized by white nationalists in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 13, 2017.

The El Paso shooting has reignited a debate over whether the federal government has a double-standard when it comes to white nationalist terrorism

The government has been unable to address homegrown extremism because of civil liberties concerns and because the US has no domestic terrorism law.

Document reveals alleged white supremacists are behind nearly all cases of race-based domestic terrorism in 2018

Lawmakers who requested this type of information claimed that the Justice Department never responded to demands.
A Trump supporter holds up a QAnon sign as President Donald Trump speaks at a rally for then-Republican congressional candidate Troy Balderson in Ohio, in August 2018.

A Trump campaign ad featured QAnon signs weeks after the FBI warned conspiracy theories are a domestic terrorism threat

Trump's ad featured supporters holding signs linked to the QAnon conspiracy theory that falsely claims Democrats are trying to overthrow Trump.

The Trump administration has actually cut government resources to fight white supremacy and domestic terrorism

While President Donald Trump pledged to give federal law enforcement "whatever they need" to fight domestic terrorism, his government has instead cut resources to tackle this issue.

FBI Agents Association urges Congress to make domestic terrorism a federal crime in the wake of Dayton and El Paso mass shootings

US law-enforcement agencies have far more power to investigate foreign terrorism than homegrown violent extremism.
A white nationalist carries the Confederate flag as he walks past counter demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S., August 12, 2017.

A former senior FBI official said agents are hamstrung in fighting white nationalist violence because they’re ‘wary of pissing off the guy...

A former official said Trump's attacks on the FBI led to "reluctance among agents" to investigate "what the president perceives as his base."
A man lays flowers at a memorial for victims of the El Paso shooting on Sunday.

More Americans have been killed by domestic terrorists than by international terrorists since 9/11

But because domestic terrorism is not a crime, like foreign terrorism is, the FBI is somewhat limited in how it can investigate would-be attackers.

Conspiracy theories pose a new domestic terrorism threat, according to a secret FBI document

A number of conspiracy theories — and the outlets that publish them — have even found their way into the White House.