The chairman of the far-right group has spoken with CNN about a number of post-January 6 issues.
Joe Biden's attorney general nominee promised that investigating the extremist Capitol insurrection would be his "first priority" if confirmed.
Riley Williams, 22, who has been charged with multiple offences over the Capitol riots, is also said to have made white supremacist comments online.
Some lawmakers are pushing for new legislation on domestic terrorism in the wake of the January 6 riots.
Four committee and subcommittee chairs wrote to CEO Mark Zuckerberg Tuesday demanding more information on the platform's anti-extremism efforts.
Watkins is due to hear if a judge will grant her a pretrial release, after being charged along with eight other members of the militia group.
The congressman accused of organizing insurrection allegedly told far-right group: "We're in it. We just haven't started shooting at each other yet."
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.
The founder of the Canadian Nationalist Party also said Jewish people "infect the body politic like a parasite" in video reported to police in 2019.
The state's Democrats say what is happening in Michigan is a warning to the rest of the country after the storming of its Capitol in Lansing pre-empted the U.S. Capitol riot.
Hacking group Hayalim Almonim—Hebrew for Anonymous Soldiers—have already taken down one KKK website and promise more action.
Several people with ties to the far-right group face jail time over the January 6 insurrection.
The incident at Xavier University is the third time that materials from far-right group have appeared on nearby campuses in a matter of days.
The chairman of the far-right group is said to have previously worked as an informer in a number of drug cases.
Jamie Allard was removed from the Alaska Commission on Human Rights after saying complaints about were like a "ban on foreign words."
Marietta Mayor Kimberly Fraire said because the fliers contained the word "church" they are protected by the First Amendment.
Perrine also claimed 2018 comments in which he called for immigrants to have their heads smashed into concrete were not racist.
The comedian admitted that he is going to get "in big trouble" for having member of far-right group on his show.
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.
The sign, which was displayed close to a school, was eventually removed by outraged residents.
Groups such as the Oath Keepers will see the new president as a threat and extreme conspiracy theorists may take up violence, experts tell Newsweek.
Guy Reffitt is part of the Three Percenters, who see themselves as revolutionaries fighting against the U.S. government.
Ashland Mayor Steve Trivett told those responsible for posting far-right fliers: "We will pick up the trash you dropped."
"It doesn't seem like it's just individual, lone actors," a former senior Pentagon official told Newsweek, "but very coordinated and well-trained individuals, many of which have served in the military or have advanced weapons and explosives training."
Affidavit states so-called "QAnon Shaman" was part of a violent mob who plotted to attack "traitors" in government.
Republican Representative Mike Nearman hasn't apologized for letting far-right protesters, some of whom were armed, enter the state capitol building during a special session.
The FBI has frequently asked the public for help in identifying those taking part in the January 6 attack.
Kristopher Dreww, a 32-year-old hairstylist, recorded a series of videos in order to clarify that he and other rioters purposely went to Washington "to attack people," describing the protest as "exhilarating."