The pastor first gained international attention on Easter Sunday after posting a video showing local police telling worshipers to leave the service due to COVID-19 safety violations.
Burt Colucci, the leader of the neo-Nazi organization, allegedly pointed a firearm at a group of Black men and threatened to shoot them during an altercation about littering.
A number of planned neo-Nazi events had next to no attendees, with only one showing up for demonstration in New York.
Police forces across the country said they are aware of online discussions by neo-Nazis ahead of coordinated events on Sunday.
Huntington Beach council has approved an anti-racism event the weekend after the white supremacist gathering.
The white supremacist propaganda appears outside homes in Newport Heights as authorities say they are aware of Huntington Beach rally.
Justyn Giarraputo has been charged with a hate crime following incident outside a Walgreens store in New Lenox, Illinois.
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.
As Texans recover from the current crisis, and as other crises arise around the country, all Americans would do well to reject leaders who treat some of their constituents' lives as valuable and others as expendable.
Riley Williams, 22, who has been charged with multiple offences over the Capitol riots, is also said to have made white supremacist comments online.
Freidrich Karl Berger, 95 had been living in Tennessee but his removal was ordered in February 2020.
Jamie Allard was removed from the Alaska Commission on Human Rights after saying complaints about were like a "ban on foreign words."
"They don't know what they're talking about," Esther Berjarano, 96, said of COVID-deniers during a digital memorial event organised by the Auschwitz Committee.
The sign, which was displayed close to a school, was eventually removed by outraged residents.
Ashland Mayor Steve Trivett told those responsible for posting far-right fliers: "We will pick up the trash you dropped."
Gab shut down in 2018 after hosting posts linked to the gunman in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
The New York Democratic congresswoman called on the Republican senator to resign, saying his "excusal and denial of Wednesday's Neo-Nazi presence is abhorrent and dangerous."
One of the protesters who stormed Congress on Wednesday was wearing an anti-Semitic 'Camp Auschwitz' top. Similar items were available online.
Two German men and one British man have been arrested under suspicion of leading an international arms ring that sold guns to drug traffickers along the Costa del Sol in southern Spain.
Officer Timothy Tufts had joined the police department of Marblehead, Massachusetts, four years ago.
The online retailer found selling clothing with the phrase 6MWE—a far-right term that stands for "6 million wasn't enough."
Dated May 7 of 1945, the letter was written by Jules Schelvis to his cousin Karel Stroz and is the earliest evidence from a Dutch survivor of the existence of Sobibor, a camp near Lublin in Poland.
California-based doctor Taylor Nichols has been praised for his honesty after tweeting story showing how the "pandemic has worn on me."
The suspect, who was filmed putting up swastika stickers that read "We are everywhere," may face hate crime and vandalism charges over the incident in Fairfax.
The social media giant was found hosting pages with more than 80,000 followers linked to Ukraine-based extremists.
On the 75th anniversary of the opening of the Nazi war crime trials, Putin said the world should "safeguard" their findings.
The flyers were distributed by a far-right group called the 14First who say they are "fighting for the white race."
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.
Helmut Oberlander is facing the prospect of being forced out of Canada amid claims he covered up his wartime past to gain citizenship.
Man who is due to feature on Sky History's "The Chop: Britain's Top Woodworker" also has "23" and "16" on his head, which is code for white power in far-right circles.