Terrorism experts say the threat from ISIS is changing, with more individuals--many of them U.S. citizens--being inspired to commit violence in this country rather than wage jihad abroad. (Peter Morgan | AP file photo)

Terrorism experts say the threat from ISIS is changing, with more individuals--many of them U.S. citizens--being inspired to commit violence in this country rather than wage jihad abroad. (Peter Morgan | AP file photo)

“The new ISIS threat? It’s right here, at home, experts say” NJ.com

Ted Sherman reports on a study on ISIS prosecutions in the U.S. by the Center on National Security at Fordham University School of Law. The report tracks motivation, citizenship, and types of action taken. Karen Greenberg says, “the new propaganda from ISIS is to do something where you are” rather than go overseas.

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