Louis Farrakhan and a bunch of "alt-right" facemen use Twitter to discuss how they support each others' ethno-state dreams.
“Wouldn’t it be interesting to find out?” a GOP congressman said about the idea of George Soros's involvement in Charlottesville.
Millard Public Schools pulls speaker from scheduled talk this week after local Anti-Defamation League notifies school of bullying of Jewish students.
The article argued that American Jews are faking the Iran threat. Wilson argued that retweets don't equal endorsements.
The World Jewish Congress says it demanded that Twitter blacklist the hashtag, which recalled the gas chambers used to kill Jews during the Holocaust.
Social media is in a frenzy over one out of the three 'hot cops' who posted anti-Semetic remarks on his Facebook.
"You should never feel scared to be at home, home should be your comfort place."
First Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden, then Nev Schulman at MTV's Video Music Awards—and why some think it should stop.
Tillerson also wants to remove an envoy for the closure of Guantánamo Bay.
The iconic star sang “Goodbye to You” with Patty Smyth to images of Bannon, Spicer and Scaramucci, and later donned a yellow Star of David.
The Reddit user also made violent comments about Muslims and African Americans.
“By having a special person, an envoy out here, one of my experiences is, mission then says, ‘Oh, we’ve got somebody else that does that,’ ” Tillerson said.
The crowdfunding campaign for the site and its editor, Andrew Anglin, aims to “stop SPLC's perfidious perjurers from destroying the alt-right's biggest website!”
“The state of affairs for international religious freedom is worsening," according to a U.S. government body.
After two major Holocaust gaffes by his administration, President Donald Trump gave the keynote address at the Days of Remembrance ceremony.
The president of the Jewish council in Germany said many asylum seekers come from countries where anti-Semitism is ingrained.
The Anti-Defamation League says the campaign is “driven by white supremacists and anti-Semites” and “has all the hallmarks of classic Jewish conspiracy theories.”
Juan Thompson, a former journalist arrested for allegedly making bomb threats against a number of Jewish schools and community centers, pleaded “not guilty” in New York.
They want the government to “maintain and strengthen” the Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism and create a new office for domestic issues.
Threats were phoned in or emailed to JCCs in states including New York, Wisconsin, Illinois and Florida overnight and early on Tuesday.
Thompson once wrote for "The Intercept," which later said it had “discovered a pattern of deception” in his work.
The threats, all of which appeared to be hoaxes, were received in Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Vandals knocked over more than 500 tombstones at Mount Carmel Cemetery, days after a similar incident occurred at a Jewish cemetery near St. Louis.