Home-grown extremism and lessons learned 28 years after Oklahoma City bombing

Wednesday marks 28 years since the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, which remains the largest act of home-grown terrorism in U.S. history. Judy Woodruff reports on how that act of political violence is remembered now, and on the shockwaves of extremism still being felt today. It’s part of her series, America at a Crossroads.

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