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Site's Ties To Shootings Renew Debate Over Internet's Role In Radicalizing Extremists

8chan is a site where like-minded people gather to talk about cartoons, Game of Thrones and neo-Nazi ideology. Suspects in shootings at a U.S. synagogue and New Zealand mosques had used the site.

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Site's Ties To Shootings Renew Debate Over Internet's Role In Radicalizing Extremists

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Thoughts Nick Box
I Can't Get Started Duke Ellington
Mist Memory Bliss
God Help the Girl God Help the Girl
Lights and Rocks Anenon
Battle Lines The Helio Sequence
The Templehof File Syriana

A stripe of red dots shows the risk corridor for a hypothetical asteroid strike, part of an exercise this week held by planetary defense experts in which they analyze data about a fictitious asteroid. Landsat/Copernicus/Google Earth/Dept. of State Geographer hide caption

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This Week, NASA Is Pretending An Asteroid Is On Its Way To Smack The Earth

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Duck Down! The Roots
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Hard Rain Shout Out Louds
Started Right Hot Chip

Oakley Yoder walks with her parents, Josh Perry and Shelli Yoder, outside their home in Bloomington, Ind. Chris Bergin for KHN hide caption

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Summer Bummer: A Young Camper's $142,938 Snakebite

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Red Dust Zero 7, Henry Binns et. al.
Telecabine Caia
Inside Out Soccer Mommy
(I Don't Want to Go To) Chelsea Elvis Costello & the Attractions

John Singleton attends last year's American Black Film Festival Honors in Beverly Hills, Calif. The Boyz n the Hood director died after suffering a stroke. Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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John Singleton, Pioneering Director Of 'Boyz N The Hood,' Dies At 51

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Forest Air Gabrielle Chillmark
Horse Massage Lamellen
Xavi Snarky Puppy

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