Via Good Magazine: When U.S. Navy Seals killed Osama Bin Laden in May, some dared to hope the virulent anti-Muslim sentiment that arose after 9/11 would die with him. But no. A new survey finds that Americans' fear and distrust of Muslims has actually increased since the Al Qaeda leader's death. Even more surprising, the survey found the biggest shift among political liberals and moderates, whose views became more like those of conservatives. This and more unlikely news the latest installment of our Threat Assessment photo gallery.