OF THE PLANS put forward by the federal government to identify and stop budding terrorists, among the least understood are the FBI’s “Shared Responsibility Committees.”
In Fort Morgan, Colo., 150 Muslim workers were fired in late 2015 after a dispute over prayer breaks at a Cargill beef processing plant.
In early 2016, the company changed its rehire policy to allow the fired employees to reapply for their jobs. But some community leaders say damage has already been done. The city's residents of East African descent, some of whom still have their jobs, are now at odds with those who do not.
Studies have already shown that regular Fox News watchers are substantially more misinformed about current events than consumers of other media, and that greater exposure to [Fox] increased misinformation on a specific issue. But a new poll suggests the conservative network may not just be harmful to viewers knowledge, but to their tolerance as well.
CINCINNATI A Muslim woman is speaking out after she says she was called a terrorist and almost run over by an angry man in Clifton Monday night.
Haneen Jasim, 22, said after a night of studying at the Starbucks on University Square, as she crossed the street, a man started honking, cursing and calling her a terrorist.