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Surviving Terrorist Attacks.

Belgian authorities say Salah Abdeslam was planning new attacks when he was captured in a dramatic raid Friday. This comes as a manhunt is underway for another suspect connected to the Paris attacks. CNN's Nima Elbagir reports. Which states will welcome Syrian refugees? Surviving Paris terrorist was planning new attacks. Jihadi 101: The books at the core of ISIS recruitment. New details on how Paris plotter was traced.

As Tanya Riordan, a vice president with Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho, told SPLC’s Hatewatch, the videos don’t expose any wrongdoing on the part of the women’s health provider, but they are simply inciting extremists and acts of violence.

Terrorist attacks often dominate news coverage as reporters seek to provide the public with information. Yet, not all incidents receive equal attention. Keywords: Terrorism; Media; News Coverage. Kearns, Erin and Betus, Allison and Lemieux, Anthony, Why Do Some Terrorist Attacks Receive More Media Attention Than Others? (April 2, 2018). Betus, A. & Lemieux, A. "Why Do Some Terrorist Attacks Receive More Media Attention Than Others?" Justice Quarterly, Forthcoming.

If an unthinkable emergency - whether it be a terrorist attack, active shooter, fire or even a car crash - happened, would you have a plan to stay alive before the police arrive to help? Maryland State Trooper Stephen Hallman was a second grade teacher for five years before he was accepted to the Maryland State Police Academy. Today, he spends the bulk of his time preparing civilians with highly popular trainings to be resilient and equipped if they face unexpected threats, such as an active shooter.