Fields stands accused of second-degree murder after allegedly ramming his car into protesters in Charlottesville.
The president criticized pharmaceutical executive Kenneth C. Frazier, who in his resignation statement said he was taking a "stand against intolerance and extremism."
Trump is being unfairly criticized for his statement about last weekend's violent neo-Nazi marches in Charlottesville, according to Pence.
Mike Cernovich claimed Trump's national security adviser drinks two bottles of red wine with his meals.
The account sports a profile photo of Damore wearing a custom T-shirt parodying the Google logo and reading "Goolag."
The Google engineer received support from several high-profile figures after his firing over a leaked memo that suggested "biological" reasons caused the tech industry's gender gap.
Jones's reported "health expert" falsely claims to be an MIT alum, Oliver says.
The bookstore had been accused of attempting to rehabilitate the reputation of philosopher Julius Evola, regarded as an icon by the alt-right conservative and white nationalist movement.
"We want people to understand who the key players are and what they truly represent," Jonathan A. Greenblatt, ADL's CEO, said in a statement.
Five members of the Proud Boys group confronted indigenous activists on Saturday.
Tim Gionet, who goes by Baked Alaska on Twitter, says his bodyguard was assaulted and stabbed nine times after leaving a pro-Trump event.
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!"
Trump's son claimed CNN and other media outlets staged a protest of Muslims condemning ISIS.
Ricky Best was stabbed to death while defending two women on a train.
Alt-right figurehead Richard Spencer held a torchlit rally to protest the removal of a memorial to Confederate Army leader Robert E. Lee.
Enoch runs the website The Right Stuff, which praises Adolf Hitler and calls for violence against Jews.
A story over the weekend about tech companies that compensate employees who take time off to protest is being heralded by the right as proof of an "astroturf" anti-Trump movement.