"I didn't have to lift a finger against Right Wing Watch," Wiles said. "I think they'll disappear in the coming weeks and months, there's no purpose for them now."
"I have no idea what's going on," Gosar said when asked about an upcoming fundraiser he is expected to attend alongside white nationalist Nick Fuentes.
A racist letter that came with the application form claimed its intentions are not to "threaten anyone."
The far-right leader and the Arizona congressman had already appeared together at an event where Fuentes expressed white nationalist views.
A video shows Rep. Mike Nearman explaining step-by-step instructions on how to get into the Oregon State Capitol with his help, just days before an actual breach occurred.
"How can you say that this is a currency for everyone in the world when you are the king of censorship?" the far-right activist shouted at the Bitcoin 2021 conference.
Social media users noted similarities between the logo used to promote the game's update and the far-right "sonnenrad" symbol.
The same van was spotted at a pro-Israel demonstration Boca Raton, Florida, earlier this week.
Milo Yiannopoulos, who has a weekly show on the network, claimed the company was laying off all its staff.
Reports emerged Friday of Loomer's suspension following a live chat in which she described becoming "roadkill" if Uber doesn't vet its Muslim drivers.
Far-right groups are again hoping for mass events to take place at the same time on Saturday, with little indication of any probable success.
David Thibodeau and Gary Noesner told Newsweek there are worrying parallels between the violent anti-government sentiment of the mid-1990s and the present day.
A photo of the avowed white nationalist became one of the most prominent images of the deadly far-right demonstration.
Nearman previously faced calls to resign after allowing extremists to gain entry into Oregon's Capitol during a December protest.
"There is no longer a Republican Party. It's MAGA versus everybody," the pastor said while watching the D.C. riots from his hotel room.
The former MMA fighter's apparent lack of remorse for storming the Capitol also influenced the judge's decision.
Antifa chapters that spoke to Newsweek warned that the coming year would likely bring more political violence across America, and say they will continue their violent opposition to the far-right and the police.
The famous fighter said he was told to leave the gym after wearing his mask incorrectly, despite having a "medical exemption."
An Ann Arbor man is being praised on Twitter for standing up to heavily-armed members of the "Boogaloo" movement.
Clashes between the far-right and far-left have continued throughout the pandemic, but their scale and severity could increase again in post-lockdown America.
Republicans and Democrats are starkly divided on the severity of the attack, how harsh sentencing should be for those involved, and where future threats lie.
The far-right threat is growing in the U.S. and abroad, with Jewish advocacy groups warning modern groups retain traditional anti-Semitic ideologies.
The Church of the Ku Klux Klan plans to hold a "White Unity Meet & Greet" on private land in Auburn on April 3.
Judge Amit Mehta has summoned lawyers following the publishing of an interview with Michael Sherwin.
The ADL said there were a total of 5,125 cases reported last year, an average of 14 incidents per day, compared to 2,724 in 2019.
The banjo player endorsed the right-wing commentator over the weekend, and has since received heavy backlash from fans.
Some 2,300 troops will remain in the capital until at least May 23, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.
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."
American extremists are using the internet to spread their ideologies abroad and influence entrenched foreign far-right movements.
The chairman of the far-right group has spoken with CNN about a number of post-January 6 issues.