"The scary point is they came together under the same belief," a viewer commented. "That's not funny at all."
The members were arrested after a citizen reported seeing dozens of masked individuals who "looked like a little army" loading riot gear into a U-Haul.
Domestic violent extremists "adhering to a range of ideologies will likely continue to plot and encourage physical attacks against electrical infrastructure," according to a DHS report obtained by Newsweek.
Attendees at a summer market supporting Black and brown businesses saw openly armed men placing Patriot Front stickers on cars at the event.
Genesis Houpe, who is Black, said she believes she's been targeted by the white supremacist hate group on two separate occasions.
The Arizona congressman said he wanted to reach a wider audience of young conservatives who are "becoming a bigger force."
The teenager is being called the youngest person in Britain to ever be convicted of terrorism offenses.
People clowned the far-right group by flooding Twitter with images of gay men and pancakes to drown out pictures and videos of the 'Million MAGA March.'
"Hate groups heard the president's words not as a rebuke but as a rallying cry, as a call to action," Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said Thursday, after 13 men associated with far-right militia groups were arrested for their part in an alleged plot to kidnap her.
"I didn't expect them to be fighting like they did," Stone Mountain Police Chief Chancey Troutman said.
As early as 2018, the Boogaloo has become a catchphrase loosely based on an ultra-right-wing or "alt-right" extremists, as well as militia groups, anarchists, or in some cases white supremacist groups, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Anti-LGBTQ group One Million Moms wants to prevent homophobic parents from being "blindsided" by a same sex kiss in Marvel's 'The Eternals,' which is set to be released on November 6.
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.
Fred C. Arena was arrested Friday after officials claim he lied about his membership in white supremacist hate group Vanguard America in order to obtain a security clearance for his job at the Philadelpha Navy Yard.
About 20 members of the white supremacist group, some armed and wearing face coverings, are expected to arrive in Dayton on Saturday afternoon.
Twenty members of a KKK-affiliated group are expected to be faced by 1,000 counterprotesters.
Trump appears to fit nearly every requirement the FBI has to designate an organization as a hate group.
President Trump has "unleashed right-wing hate in this country in a way that is difficult to remember," according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.