How to use data about U.S. terrorism cases (Sponsored by Knight Foundation)
As part of its award-winning series Trial and Terror, The Intercept tracks all international terrorism prosecutions in the United States since 9/11. We'll show you how you can use this data, which is updated regularly and available online in multiple forms, to take your reporting deeper on local or national terrorism and criminal justice. We'll discuss our methodologies and how to access and work with our interactive tool as well as the raw data we release under Creative Commons licensing.
Trevor Aaronson is a contributing writer at The Intercept and the executive director of the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting. He is also author of "The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on Terrorism." @trevoraaronson
Margot Williams is an investigative researcher at The Intercept. She has pursued jihadists online and detainees who died in U.S. immigration detention, investigated Iraq war contractors and followed the money (and private jets and yachts) of mayors, governors, senators, oligarchs, presidential candidates and ex-presidents at ICIJ, NPR, The New York Times and the Washington Post.
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