Steven Florio, head of the state Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, admitted to wearing the outfits while at the Kappa Gamma Fraternity, which has since been suspended.
"Borat 2" has been hit by its latest bout of controversy after CPAC has threatened legal action over scenes Sacha Baron Cohen shot in the conference.
Charles Edward Beckham III, who is running in Arkansas' District 12, made students suffer "emotional harm" after they saw him in the outfit in 2000.
Residents in Shelbyville also said that signs showing support for Democratic candidate appeared to have been run over by a car.
Many Trump critics on social media have said that the president is supported by the two violent extremist groups.
The veteran Coffee County judge said he regretted the "Grand Wizard of our Supreme Court" remark from July.
There had been complaints that the the Waterloo Police Department's griffin logo was too similar to one worn by high-ranking KKK members.
At the senator's eulogy in 2005, Biden described Byrd as "fiercely devoted to his principles," a "friend," "mentor" and a "guide."
The flyers are believed to have been distributed by the Loyal White Knight, described as "one of the largest and most active Klan groups" in the U.S.
The social network is accused of helping militia groups conspiring to interfere with civil rights by hosting far-right pages encouraging violence against BLM protesters.
The college's board of trustees voted unanimously to change the building's name, after it was discovered that the man it was named after had allegedly been a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
Pastor Rick Joyner insisted that the Black Lives Matter movement is secretly a "Marxist organization" and a "reverse KKK" that seeks to "destroy freedom in America" in a video posted online Thursday.
Copies of the KKK's Crusader newspaper have been distributed in a Louisville neighborhood after appearing in Boyd County in June.
The flag was displayed close to the home of a biracial couple and in view from the nearby highway.
The Wylie Independent School District previously apologized and pulled essay questions following the controversy.
Police in Arlington said there have been a number of incidents in which BLM signs were targeted in recent weeks.
Authorities have asked Alabama Representative Will Dismukes to turn himself in on charges of felony theft, weeks after Dismukes incited national controversy by attending an event memorializing Nathan Bedford Forrest.
A Black blues pianist famous for patiently listening to KKK members and coaxing them away from racist beliefs addressed more mainstream forms of racism in a new Reddit AMA.
The residents of Stapleton, named for former Denver mayor Benjamin F. Stapleton who had ties to the Ku Klux Klan, voted to rename the neighborhood Central Park.
A Twitter spokesperson confirmed the former KKK leader's account was permanently suspended for violating Twitter Rules.
A white man shared a video on YouTube that shows several people in Harrison, Arkansas, threatening and cursing at him for holding a "Black Lives Matter" sign.
Democrats and Republicans are both demanding Rep. Will Dismukes' resignation for attending an event honoring Nathan Bedford Forrest.
The Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma was the scene of the Bloody Sunday civil rights march where the 80-year-old had his skull fractured by police.
Three different jurisdictions are investigating flyers linked to the Loyal White Knights group that have been distributed in neighborhoods.
Madison Hartmann is accused of twice breaking SeaQuest's harassment policy over images she posted on social media.
The ex-KKK Grand Wizard believes having the Fox News host as VP will help "whip those Republican cucks in line."
Neighbors described how they found it "a little extreme" that the suspect would hang nooses in his front yard on Halloween.
In an apology, Kathy Jenkins claimed she said "KKK beliefs" to mock the protesters as she didn't like being called racist.
A woman shouted at Black Lives Matter protesters that she would "teach [her] grandkids to hate all of you," while wrapped in a Confederate flag, before shouting, "KKK belief."
There's no law allowing a domestic organization to be officially designated a terrorist organization, but former KKK leader Scott Shepherd said he supports the label.