Twitter's new policy focuses on language that dehumanizes people based on race, national origin, or ethnicity, noting that tweets will be deleted and accounts may be suspended.
In a statement, Twitter clarified that it does not consider the Star of David a hate symbol, but it has seen the yellow star and yellow badge used to target Jewish people.
"I have to admit that I've struggled with balancing my values as an American, and around free speech and free expression."
The pizza was made by two teenage employees as "an internal joke" and sold by another who didn't know what they had done.
A mural paying tribute to the victims of the 2016 mass shooting at Orlando, Florida's Pulse nightclub—the deadliest anti-LGBTQ shooting—has been vandalized by white supremacists.
David Cole Tarkington allegedly tried to recruit 12 people into the Atomwaffen Division, a violent terrorist group, using Iron March, a white supremacist forum.
Overall, the defendants trafficked more than 1,600 kilograms of methamphetamine, 59 firearms, and other drugs including cocaine and heroin over a three-year period.
The 'Reliable Sources' host railed against "revolting" comments directed against Limbaugh after he announced having advanced stage lung cancer last week.
Harold Eugene Denson III was sentenced to 90 days in jail and will be made to write a 500-word essay on the process of becoming a United States citizen.
Multiple flyers promoting neo-Nazi imagery and rhetoric were found outside a predominantly black church Monday.
Due to Germany's stringent hate-speech laws, Twitter is much more diligent about removing racist and anti-Semitic tweets from timelines there.
"Maybe do something about all the white supremacists he verified and therefor amplifies?"
"I'm hot mess on a stick, I blew it a few times...but I refuse to believe I give Christians a bad name."
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren rejected "hate-for-profit" Fox News Channel's invitation to their latest town hall Tuesday.
"Republicans were successful at turning the hearing into a kind of mess with Candace Owens and Morton Klein."
"What Klein said is an outright lie," the Deputy Director of Jewish Voice for Peace told Newsweek.
Republicans invited Owens to speak at the hearing on hate crimes and white nationalism.
The New Zealand shooter declared that he supported President Trump "as a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose."
"This is like a shell-game funnel of corporate money," one expert told Newsweek, speaking of the way big donors can support unpopular causes.
"I believe I answered it twice."
Assailants reportedly yelled racial and homophobic slurs, wrapped a rope around Smollett's neck and poured a chemical substance on him.
Evan James McCarty has agreed to publicly disavow white supremacy, apologize both in writing and on video and undergo "anti-hate training."
"The Southern Poverty Law Center has really stirred up more hate than any other group that I've known."
The Pittsburgh shooting victims "were all active supporters of pedophilia" who "deserved it," the arrested man said.
Whites committed 50.7 percent of hate crimes for which a perpetrator was identified.
Both a Republican and a Democrat running for Montana's House District 88 seat said they were "horrified" by vandalism targeting women and touting President Donald Trump.