In at least six cases since 2001, professed Odinists have been convicted of plotting, or pulling off, domestic terrorism attacks, according to a review by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.
When it comes time to review surveillance video, the biggest obstacle can be the amount of time it takes. But an Israeli computer scientist may have a break-through, discovered only because he wanted to help his students watch home movies faster.
A panel of judges in Norway have sentenced Anders Breivik to 10 to 21 years in prison for the mass murder of 77 people last year. If the sentence seems short, though, it's an indication of just how differently the Norwegian justice system works.
Anders Breivik has been given the maximum sentence for his crimes - 21 years. Host Marco Werman talks with Christin Bjelland of a group representing survivors and the families of those affected by Breivik's attacks.
As Anders Breivik now enters the prison system, the possibility remains - however remote - that he will be released in the future. Host Marco Werman talks with Thomas Ugelvik from the University of Oslo about justice - Norway style.
Investigators have yet to uncover a motive behind 24-year-old James Holmes' deadly assault in a Colorado movie theater last week. Whether the attack qualifies as an act of terrorism is a complicated question that may not have a conclusive answer.
The trial of Anders Breivik, the Norwegian man who is accused of trying to start a race war by massacring dozens at a political party youth conference, has faded from the headlines as it marches onward. But for Norwegians, the questions it raised are still bold. They're trying to find their way forward amidst uncomfortable questions.
It has become clear that Anders Behring Breivik was heavily influenced by American bloggers, who share his fears about the threat of Muslim immigrants on Western culture. We talk to blogger Pam Geller and journalist Wajahat Ali.
Despite what looks like a proliferation of shooting sprees and terrorist plots in the last few decades, a new book argues that violence has actually declined since ancient times. Steven Pinker, professor of psychology at Harvard University, joins us.
Right-wing extremist Anders Breivik said at his trial that Oslo is a "multicultural hell". He said some neighborhoods have become no-go zones. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Daniella Van Dijk-Wennberg, of Oslo's Intercultural Museum.