The World Jewish Congress says it demanded that Twitter blacklist the hashtag, which recalled the gas chambers used to kill Jews during the Holocaust.
The former Fox correspondent blamed Hollywood liberals for "forcing segregation upon us."
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.
Dana Rohrabacher's claims are the latest in a tit-for-tat fight with the Democratic Party.
Catholic leaders have been "terrible" on DACA, Bannon says, because "they need illegal aliens to fill the churches."
The president excoriated the press and anti-fascists but didn't condemn the alt-right.
Nazi Germany's history shows that fascists provoke violence to justify a crackdown on civil liberties.
As neo-Nazis rally, psychiatrists return to the decades-old question of whether violent white supremacy is a personality disorder.
Tobacco plantation owners encouraged racial hatred between blacks and poor whites.
Groups that oppose the removal of Confederate Army statues in San Antonio are showing up in force at city council.
The ACLU has decided to defend people that many of its supporters dislike.
Mayors and U.S. officials are weighing how to respond to upcoming hard-right rallies.
Trump's chief strategist claims his government rivals are "wetting themselves" over his influence and tough China trade policies.
A prominent Mormon and white nationalist blogger was due to speak in Charlottesville.
Christopher Cantwell said he was terrified of the police.
"Frankly, there is no 'alt-right' or 'alt-left.' All I'm embracing is common sense," Trump said in 2016.
The only difference now is that white supremacists believe they have an ally in the White House.
"We don't want people to think that they can hide behind Robert E. Lee's name for these senseless acts of violence."
President Donald Trump went back to blaming "both sides" for Saturday's violence in Charlottesville at a surreal press conference.
The group said the U.S. should follow Germany's decision to outlaw the use of Nazi symbols.
A series of events planned across the U.S. make up what the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer called the "Summer of Hate."