As the conflict between Israel and Gaza continues, a group in Boca Raton standing in solidarity with Israel was attacked with hate speech after a group of anti-Semitic extremists drove past declaring, "Hitler was right."
Regional and international far-right groups see the region and Bosnia and Herzegovina as a possible breeding ground for white supremacist ideologies.
Robert Rundo has been actively trying to network with white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Eastern Europe.
Frank Meeink, once a prominent neo-Nazi, said that Fox News says the "same radical stuff that I used to say."
The teenager is being called the youngest person in Britain to ever be convicted of terrorism offenses.
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."
Andrew Anglin, a neo-Nazi publisher and internet troll, was ordered to pay $14 million last year to a Jewish woman after launching a "troll storm" attack against her and her family.
Joseph Zacharek, a recruit officer, was fired over the weekend after a probe uncovered his participation in a neo-Nazi online chat forum.
An idea for a group tattoo on TikTok amongst Zoomers has gone too far, with many young people, seemingly unintentionally, planning to get a symbol similar to the Wolfsangel, which was used by Nazis.
A total of 29 officers have been removed from their positions for swapping extremist messages on WhatsApp groups.
"Ghost skins" is a practice some white supremacists use to hide their beliefs from others and blend in with the general population while covertly maintaining racist virtues.
This incident began because a student called his school claiming to have hidden pipe bombs around campus simply because he didn't want to attend class.
"Islamists have also claimed that COVID-19 is punishment on China for their treatment of Uighur Muslims. Other conspiracy theories suggest the virus is part of a Jewish plot or that 5G is to blame."
David Cole Tarkington allegedly tried to recruit 12 people into the Atomwaffen Division, a violent terrorist group, using Iron March, a white supremacist forum.
Richard Tobin allegedly recruited people using a neo-Nazi social network called "The Base" to vandalize synagogues with spray paint in Michigan and Wisconsin.
The secret identity of a New York City hypotherapist and college professor has been revealed, after alt-right infighting resulted in the man being "doxxed" and outed as white nationalist Richard Spencer's podcast co-host.
Leaked data from a now defunct neo-Nazi website revealed extremist beliefs among active duty service members.
Christian Piccolini spent eight years in the skinhead movement and the last 20 years helping people disengage from hate movements, and he spoke about his experience at St. Cloud State University on Tuesday.
The police department's red-flag petition noted that Kaleb Cole recently participated in "firearms training and recruitment efforts" at so-called Hate Camps.
Multiple flyers promoting neo-Nazi imagery and rhetoric were found outside a predominantly black church Monday.
Among the 16-year-old's alleged plans were an arson spree with Molotov cocktails on local synagogues and plans to attack schools, bars and government buildings.
Joseph Rubino, 57, was arrested after slamming his van into a tree; police discovered multiple assault weapons and ammunition in his car, with much more at home.
This is the second case this week in which Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin has had to pay for launching a "troll storm" against someone.
A judge ruled Andrew Anglin must pay Tanya Gersh for using his website, The Daily Stormer, to coordinate harassment against her.
Police in the north of the country arrested three men suspected of trying to sell the French-made missile.
The suspect used the screen name "Adolf Hitler (((6 Million)))" while gaming online, according to reports.
French police have made a series of arrests over far-right terror plots in the country in recent months.
A group of armed neo-Nazis from the National Socialist Movement sought to incite violence at the Detroit Pride Parade, the city's police chief James Craig said.
The white nationalist protesters made Nazi salutes and reportedly tore up a Pride flag as the demonstrated at the Michigan LGBT event.