Police in Berkeley, California, face a backlash after the department posted the photos and names of more than a dozen anti-fascist activists on Twitter.
"I’m suspicious of this, whether or not this is real or not."
Four people arrested as yet another far-right rally erupts into violence.
"While I don’t have a precise idea of what should be done with this data set, I leave it here with the hope that researchers, journalists, and activists will find it useful."
Demonstrations against the far-right group took place almost one year to the day a similar rally tuned violent.
Over a year later, 59 protesters are still charged with felonies related to rioting and property damage.
One victim told Newsweek he was forced into a minivan at night and tortured for over three hours with an electrical cattle prod.
The members of Antifa are not opponents to fascism but its genuine representatives.
Alt-right leaders are showing a disunited front seven and a half months after a deadly rally in Charlottesville, Virginia showcased the movement's reach.
The Norwegian band says it doesn't support Nazism. But venues and opening acts are pulling out after Taake was accused of white nationalist sympathies.
The band, which once displayed a swastika onstage, denies that it supports Nazi politics.
A member of the League of the South was arrested this week for violence that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia in August.
One year after Trump took office, the alt-right movement could be seen as more dangerous than ever.
"If we were to make an apology, that would suggest that we have done something wrong," the company said.
Ellison's "antifa" tweet appeared to be a troll of President Trump.
Antifascist activists worry that the Trump administration is trying to crack down on dissent.
White supremacist leader Jason Kessler has applied to hold a 2018 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
Refuse Fascism wants millions of people to take to the streets, demanding that the Trump administration step down from power.
Protesters chanted “Nazi punks f—k off!" after an alt-right rally in Tennessee folded today.
This latest conspiracy theory is being pushed, again, by the likes of Alex Jones and Yournewswire.com.
"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?"