"There were always black jokes going back and forth, and he told them too."
Kyusei Shinkyo, which warns against "the hazards of using medicine to treat disease" has agreed to alter its teachings after an outbreak at one of its workshops in Japan.
Democrats should express "maladjustment" toward bigotry in their own party—specifically the rising anti-Semitism and anti-Catholicism.
Evan James McCarty has agreed to publicly disavow white supremacy, apologize both in writing and on video and undergo "anti-hate training."
High-profile Republicans have repeated the idea that liberal political opposition is funded by George Soros.
"Every time some anti-white, anti-American, anti-freedom event takes place, you look at it, and it's Jews behind it," the posters read.
"I thought the sign represented what is going on now, and we can't just stand quiet. I wanted to tell people we could stop it with voting."
"Perhaps above all, John detested the abuse of power. He could not abide bigots and swaggering despots."
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Police are stepping up patrols at New York mosques amid fears of an anti-Muslim violence campaign.
The bill's champion, Chris Sevier, is known for his legal and legislative antics.
David Hogg, a Florida student who has been critical of politicians, has been attacked personally by right-wing activists.
Boris Nemtsov was shot several times in the back while walking home one night in 2015.
Senators Grassley and Johnson asked the Justice Department inspector general for information about text messages exchanged by a pair of senior FBI employees.
Haitians protested President Donald Trump with a voodoo ceremony and by burning signs and throwing rocks.
The man reportedly wrote a letter to Vladimir Putin, before setting himself on fire in front of his local city council.
Four flight attendants accuse Delta of anti-Semitism, punishing not just Jewish workers but also employees who merely associate with Jews.
The former White House chief strategist called on members of the Zionist Organization of America to "work as partners."
By denying evolution, creationists raise important questions that scientists can then provide answers to.