People hold photos of the victims during a vigil on Jan. 29, 2020 in Montreal to commemorate the third anniversary of the mosque shooting in Quebec City that left six people dead. (Ryan Remiorz/CP)

Terrorism laws have long been used against brown and black men. When will they be used to protect them?

Sadiya Ansari: A new terror charge against a 17-year-old involved in the incel movement signals that law enforcement has finally expanded who they think is a threat

The world reacts to the terror in Christchurch. ‘An attack on all of us.’

Across the globe, leaders expressed shock, horror and sadness. ‘At this tragic time, my thoughts and prayers are with all New Zealanders,’ said the Queen.

How do we decide what we consider ‘terrorism’?

Opinion: There should not be a disentangling of the motives of violent attacks almost the instant they’ve happened

How terrorists use propaganda to recruit lone wolves

Opinion: The attack raises questions about a new type of terrorism—and the new methods required to stop the tide of extremism

Canada’s counter-radicalization program has a problem

Ottawa has been searching for a coordinator to lead its office since 2015, and the odds of getting just the right person aren’t good

The right’s terrorism problem

Scott Gilmore on why we remain so focused on the bogeyman of Islamic terrorism when the most dangerous terror threat is far right extremism

I knew the London Bridge terrorist

Opinion: One man’s search for lessons and answers after Khuram Butt—a man he befriended a year ago—led a terror attack on London Bridge

The Barcelona attack and what it says about ISIS today

The cell behind the Las Ramblas attack was not sophisticated. But its tactics underscore how difficult it will be to end this kind of terror.

How the West is winning the war on terror

New data shows that incidents of terrorism around the world continue to decline as police forces gain the upper hand

Donald Trump’s vulgar reply to the London attacks

By repeating propaganda lines and preying on fears, politicians on both the far right and left continue to disgrace themselves

A new level of terrorism in Manchester

The attack on teenagers having fun was northern England’s worst. Is it possible to feel nostalgic for a time of gentler terrorism?

Terrorism and the new normal in Paris

Leah McLaren on the latest terror attack, and what it means in advance of France’s presidential election