“I have a lot of complicated feelings about this photo,” said Kelly of his image.
Eight months after the deadly Unite the Right rally descended into chaos, the identities of white nationalists involved in violent incidents remain unknown.
Trump's remark that "racism is evil" was part of a "reluctant mini-grovel," Wolff said.
Twitter users attacked Ivanka Trump in light of her father defending Confederate statues.
“The alt-right views the Klan as past its prime,” a hate groups expert said.
Only one officer, who worked as a school resource officer, was posted on the street where Heather Heyer was killed. That officer left before the crash because she was afraid of the protesters.
As America grapples with the fallout from racist violence in Charlottesville, furries across the land are dealing with their own Nazi problem.
The verification of Jason Kessler, who organized the Unite the Right rally, caused a backlash and prompted Twitter boss Jack Dorsey to admit the company had failed.
A new poll found that 30 percent of soldiers believed white nationalism was a bigger threat than the conflicts in Iraq and Syria.
The three men were found guilty after failing to disperse at the rally.
DeAndre Harris is accused of unlawful wounding of a white supremacist.
Some community members criticize the name change for the acronym spelling out the Confederate general's name
The warrant was issued after the victim showed video evidence to police and a judge.
“Wouldn’t it be interesting to find out?” a GOP congressman said about the idea of George Soros's involvement in Charlottesville.
He said the president has been unfairly attacked for his “both sides” comment.
"The alt-right represents spiritual darkness on the offensive, attacking our Pledge of Allegiance, our Constitution," says the Reverend William Dwight McKissic.
An ad for a white nationalist march in Charlotte urges people to “bring guns.”
The hate-propaganda campaign at the diverse Texas school is just the latest in a wave of white supremacist recruitment activities at colleges and universities across the country.
Democrats in the California Assembly passed the resolution 41 to 5.
Very few will express outright support for the alt-right, white nationalism or neo-Nazism. But that doesn't mean they don't have similar ideas and attitudes.