Store said it had pulled the offending items from its branch in Bailey's Crossroads, Virginia, after complaints from a customer.
People online are describing an Alabama man as a real-life Clayton Bigsby, the blind white supremacist character who doesn't realize he's Black, played by Dave Chappelle.
Hannah Hahn's TikTok video put together several clips of her father providing amusing commentary on a range of items bearing the Confederate flag inside a store in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Over 30 Democratic U.S. Representatives sent a letter to Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Friday, urging him to revise his policy that focused on the banning of the Confederate flag from military bases but also implicitly banned LGBTQ pride flags.
Neighbor in Salt Lake County said the Adult Probation and Parole officer was "for sure making a statement" by flying the flag.
Democrats and Republicans are both demanding Rep. Will Dismukes' resignation for attending an event honoring Nathan Bedford Forrest.
The shift in public opinion follows the anti-racism and Black Lives Matter demonstrations that have recently swept across the country.
Just over three-quarters (76 percent) of respondents to the new poll said they believe the country is currently "out of control."
The Sons of Confederate Veterans claimed responsibility for the stunt, less than a month after it had flown a banner calling for NASCAR to be defunded.
"I don't know why he does this," the former secretary of state said.
"The Satanic Temple believes that religion can, and should, be divorced from superstition," their website explains.
In words and pictures a look at racial progress, or the lack of it, in the US.
South Carolina GOP Senator Lindsey Graham said NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace has nothing to apologize for and he rebuked President Donald Trump's Monday tweet defending the confederate flag.
The Confederate flags were taken from the graves and placed on the ground to read out "Stop Racism."
Trump has repeatedly said that he will not consider any provision to rename U.S. military bases bearing the names of Confederate soldiers.
Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves on Tuesday signed a bill that replaces the state flag with a new one that does not include Confederate iconography.
Mississippi's House of Representatives passed a bill by a 91-23 margin, and it now moves to the state Senate. It has been the state's official flag since 1894.
Legislators are expected to start voting on Sunday to change Mississippi's 126-year-old state flag, which features a Confederate battle emblem that has long been decried as racist.
The Lincoln Police Department in Nebraska ordered officers to scrap specific face masks after it received complaints that the coverings resembled Confederate flags.
"I began to reminisce about some of the things I endured here in Laurel and I had gone from that position to be in a position of the mayor, to be able to take that flag down and I wanted to do it to bring the people of Laurel together," Mayor Johnny Magee said of the executive order.
In an apology, Kathy Jenkins claimed she said "KKK beliefs" to mock the protesters as she didn't like being called racist.
A Tennessee-based SCV group claimed responsibility for the Confederate flag flyover at Talladega, saying NASCAR's banning of the flag was "un-American," and that it trampled on "First Amendment rights of free expression" for Southerners.
A new poll finds that at least 55 percent of Mississippi voters support replacing the state flag with a new version that does not incorporate the Confederate battle flag.
A woman shouted at Black Lives Matter protesters that she would "teach [her] grandkids to hate all of you," while wrapped in a Confederate flag, before shouting, "KKK belief."
"Today's despicable act of racism and hatred leaves me incredibly saddened and serves as a painful reminder of how much further we have to go," Wallace wrote on Twitter.
"We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough how seriously we take this heinous act. We have launched an immediate investigation," NASCAR said in a statement.
The aircraft flew over the speedway prior to Sunday's Geico 500, which is part of NASCAR's restart to the season because of COVID-19.
In a 2001 ballot measure, Mississippi voters chose not to replace the flag by a margin of 2-to-1, but today's political climate is much different.
Terhune films videos where he plays a "front-seat philosopher," who weighs in on political and cultural issues from his truck—and now he's getting millions of views for it.