Terrorism More About 'Bloods and Crips' than 'Koran and Hadith'

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden cautions against misinterpreting new study of al Qaeda recruitment.

A new report finds that most Americans convicted of terrorism are actually well-educated and employed.

Contrary to popular belief, a new report finds that most people convicted of terrorism in the U.S. are well-educated and employed.

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Simcox warned against the federal government becoming too involved.

"It would be interesting to know as American counter-terrorism and counter-radicalization policy develops, to what extent America as a state is willing to take on the ideological," he said. "You have to defeat the ideology. I'm just not sure that the government is the right place to do it."

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