As the conflict between Israel and Gaza continues, a group in Boca Raton standing in solidarity with Israel was attacked with hate speech after a group of anti-Semitic extremists drove past declaring, "Hitler was right."
"People are pretty good at short-term rage and your product capitalizes on that, doesn't it?" Sasse asked a Twitter exec Tuesday.
If you want to figure out how someone commits an act of terrorism, you need to understand how, prior to this, they became convinced that killing people for politics is a good idea.
When I joined the Marine Corps, I was thrust into a strange new environment in which I was surrounded by people who held attitudes, beliefs and ideologies very different from my own.
Far-right activist Josh Bernstein hopes that post-election vote audits will lead to a "Constitutional crisis" that results in President Joe Biden being removed from office.
"We hope that veterans remember their oath to this day," John Raughter, deputy media director of the American Legion, told Newsweek. "At least one time they believed that this country was worth serving for and worth dying for. It's the same great country, they just need to remember that."
Frank Meeink, once a prominent neo-Nazi, said that Fox News says the "same radical stuff that I used to say."
The Michigan governor spoke with actors Chris Evans and Mark Kassen about homegrown domestic terrorism, which she said is "a real and growing concern."
The Pentagon is in the midst of a 60-day stand down that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says will help root out "racists and extremists."
There's no evidence that "fake Trump supporters" or leftists in disguise took part in the riot, Wray testified Tuesday, pushing back on a popular narrative among conservatives.
"We feel the urgent need to denounce this violent mutation of our faith," the evangelical Christian leaders wrote in an open letter.
The secretary of defense has ordered a 60-day stand down for military officials to investigate far-right extremism and racism within the ranks.
Platforms like Telegram are helping American extremists spread their conspiracy theories, hate speech and tactics to the rest of the world.
A search for the Twitter account of far-right social networking site Gab resulted in a message that "this account doesn't exist" as of Friday night.
"You need a spark and that spark has to be charismatic," Philip Mudd said. "... they could spark a revolutionary movement."
A free society depends upon the ability of its citizens to think freely.
The word "boogaloo" has been adopted by white supremacists and other far-right extremists as shorthand for a future civil war, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
The legal threat from the social networking giant came in response to a proposed law in Australia that would force the platform to pay media organizations for sharing journalistic content.
"Stephen Miller is the architect behind some of the most draconian anti-immigrant policies that we've seen," said Michael Edison Hayden, senior investigative reporter for the SPLC.
Police raided the home of Vladimir Beskhlebny, 72, the chairman of the group that denies the collapse of the Soviet Union.
The threat of far-right terrorism was brought into stark focus this week when the FBI killed a man who was planning to attack a hospital with a car bomb.
"God's dealing with false religions" by spreading COVID-19 through synagogues, according to conservative preacher Rick Wiles.
Flyers disseminated by hate groups in 2019 often focused on themes of "censorship" and free speech, anti-Jewish tropes and nationalist rhetoric.
A former FBI agent who leads an anti-Muslim hate group has suggested that the U.S. should bomb Mecca in retaliation for the December 6 mass shooting in Pensacola, Florida.
The annual Global Terrorism Index said that the number of terrorist deaths worldwide fell significantly from 2017 to 2018.
A judge in Portland, Oregon denied a motion aimed at throwing out a lawsuit launched against Joey Gibson and members of his alt-right activist group Patriot Prayer. The lawsuit alleges that Gibson and his group are responsible for a riot that took place outside a bar in the city May 1st.
The president of the Conference of European Rabbis said society must "come to terms with this threat and this danger" as online hate leads to terror attacks.
On Tuesday the social media giant published new guidelines for world leaders amid calls to curtail the president's aggressive online rhetoric.
The lack of regulation for private channels attracts terrorist groups, who use Telegram to message recruits, spread propaganda, fundraise and orchestrate violent attacks, according to the Counter Extremism Project.
The evangelical leader also suggested that persecuted Indians should pray for Modi in the hope it will prompt him to better protect religious minorities.