"Wouldn't it be interesting to find out?" a GOP congressman said about the idea of George Soros's involvement in Charlottesville.
The Army has not announced any disciplinary action against Rapone, but West Point issued a statement suggesting that they are "looking into the matter."
The post urges anti-Semitic readers to "take action" against the Illinois-based man.
The use of Chief Wahoo, a grinning, candy-red cartoon of a Native American man, has stirred controversy for more than half a century.
This latest conspiracy theory is being pushed, again, by the likes of Alex Jones and Yournewswire.com.
Many Ohioans apparently had no idea a marker commemorating the Confederacy even existed in the Northern state.
"I figured that there was something there," "alt-right" activist Brad Griffin says.
The "anti-communist" rally boasting a who's who of white nationalist speakers was to have been held three days after Christmas in Charlotte.
"Alt-right" and white nationalists claim that there is an agenda to cover up the Antioch church shooting by the media.
An ad for a white nationalist march in Charlotte urges people to "bring guns."
"These men are deeply, deeply misogynistic," activist Yvette Felarca says about alt-right protesters. "I ask them: Do you have a problem with your mother?"
"Free Speech Week" could be the seventh event in the city to stir tensions across the political divide since Trump's election win.
An explainer of the controversy surrounding the social network Gab and how they were forced to ban neo-Nazi Weev over an anti-Semitic post.
"In both Europe and the United States, the international order…is under great strain," Sanders said.
The speech will lay out Sanders's "vision of a progressive American foreign policy."