Twenty years later, the lesson of America's worst-ever domestic terrorist attack is to remember the homegrown threat.
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Electoral politics in the United States are polarized in a way only rarely seen in our history, facilitating the rise of politicians with links to extremist groups, ideas and conspiracy theories. Profiles of a dozen 2014 candidates, including Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, independents and others, illustrate the phenomenon.
Russian-speaking Christian fundamentalists, mostly immigrants from the former Soviet Union, have formed a ferocious anti-gay movement in the western U.S.
Abortion and homosexuality seem like clear-cut issues for the Christian Right. But is that also true of immigration?