When do we call an attack “terrorism"? Researchers say not as often as it happens. "When the perpetrators were saying a phrase that sounds like it was an attack committed in the name of Islam," they say, "people were significantly more likely to call that terrorism than an absolutely identical attack where the perpetrator said 'Heil Hitler.'" Then, All-Star pitcher Roy Halladay was a high school phenom at Arvada West High School. His former coach remembers Halladay, who died this week in a plane crash.
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