Editor Andrew Anglin boasted about his neo-Nazi site targeting kids for recruitment.
The paper has apologized for the column, which said Jewish people control Congress and want to punish Puerto Rico for its debt because they care so much about money.
Heated rhetoric about Jews has spiked following the president's announcement about a new capital of Israel.
A tweet from the Democratic party is providing fodder for far-right conspiracy theories.
"If isolating and boycotting Israel and embracing Putin's Russia is not bigotry, then the word has no meaning."
Four flight attendants accuse Delta of anti-Semitism, punishing not just Jewish workers but also employees who merely associate with Jews.
Louis Farrakhan and a bunch of "alt-right" facemen use Twitter to discuss how they support each others' ethno-state dreams.
"Wouldn't it be interesting to find out?" a GOP congressman said about the idea of George Soros's involvement in Charlottesville.
Millard Public Schools pulls speaker from scheduled talk this week after local Anti-Defamation League notifies school of bullying of Jewish students.
The article argued that American Jews are faking the Iran threat. Wilson argued that retweets don't equal endorsements.
The 'whole country is on notice' about the need for security with violence and vandalism on the rise.
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 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.
Social media is in a frenzy over one out of the three 'hot cops' who posted anti-Semetic remarks on his Facebook.
"You should never feel scared to be at home, home should be your comfort place."
First Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden, then Nev Schulman at MTV's Video Music Awards—and why some think it should stop.
Tillerson also wants to remove an envoy for the closure of Guantánamo Bay.
"As we saw in Charlottesville, this mission is more important than ever," George Selim said.
The iconic star sang "Goodbye to You" with Patty Smyth to images of Bannon, Spicer and Scaramucci, and later donned a yellow Star of David.
"Whether shouted in their face on the street, daubed on a wall or tweeted into their living room, hateful abuse can have a devastating impact on victims."
Tobacco plantation owners encouraged racial hatred between blacks and poor whites.
The Sunday Times later retracted a column that said two female broadcasters secured better pay because they're Jewish.