The phrase "sovereign citizen" may refer to a movement that is monitored by the FBI for its links to domestic terrorism.
Richard Spencer and David Duke continue to be allowed to reach wide audiences on Twitter, despite its much-publicized "purge."
More than 20 anti-Muslim groups remain active on Facebook.
The multi-billion dollar coffee company scheduled a company-wide anti-bias training, but not everyone is pleased with how it was handled.
Barbara Bush was praised for her remarks about literacy but made controversial comments about Katrina and did not hide her dislike of Donald Trump.
The Parkland shooting survivor and gun control advocate celebrated his 18th birthday Thursday.
Eight months after the deadly Unite the Right rally descended into chaos, the identities of white nationalists involved in violent incidents remain unknown.
Paul Ryan's primary challenger in 2016 has ties to white supremacists.
As with other high-profile incidents involving violence in Syria that has been blamed on Assad, conspiracy theorists are calling the attack a hoax.
Critics suggest Trump and his inner circle have worked in opposition to LGBTQ rights.
The Rich family has taken aggressive steps to fight back against conspiracy theories surrounding Seth’s murder.
Monero, an "experimental" cryptocurrency, is popular with extremists and criminals who seek to operate outside of the eye of law enforcement.
The death of the Austin bombing suspect did little to tamp down concerns of racial bias in the media coverage of his attacks.
Many of the attacks occurred during South by Southwest, when much of the music and movie world descends on Austin.
Flynn returned to stump for the long shot Republican opponent of Maxine Waters.
Neo-Nazi Matt Heimbach, a key player in the alt-right, was accused of domestic battery on Tuesday.
Paul Nehlen is a Wisconsin congressional candidate taking on House Speaker Paul Ryan, a fellow Republican.
Gaming apps have increasingly served as a nesting place for young men in the scattered alt-right movement.
Alt-right leaders are showing a disunited front seven and a half months after a deadly rally in Charlottesville, Virginia showcased the movement's reach.