What does LinkedIn do about racist, expletive-ridden abuse on its site? Deny it ever happened.
The only difference now is that white supremacists believe they have an ally in the White House.
The president criticized pharmaceutical executive Kenneth C. Frazier, who in his resignation statement said he was taking a "stand against intolerance and extremism."
The student said he was a white supremacist but not a racist.
"We want people to understand who the key players are and what they truly represent," Jonathan A. Greenblatt, ADL's CEO, said in a statement.
"You're telling me there isn't one white doctor in this whole entire building?" the woman asks.
Twenty years ago, Tony Blair won the U.K. election in a record-breaking landslide. After Brexit, does anything remain of the Britain he led?
Alt-right figurehead Richard Spencer held a torchlit rally to protest the removal of a memorial to Confederate Army leader Robert E. Lee.
Mehdi Benatia heard someone in his earpiece insult him during an interview after Juventus drew 1-1 with Torino.
The removal of the Liberty Monument was seen by civil rights advocates as an important step toward healing wounds inflicted by generations of segregation and discrimination.
The incident—and subsequent investigation—revolved around a black man who had moved in with a white woman in Port Richey, a town on Florida's Gulf Coast, angering racist locals.
Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos said that evidence "establishes that a discriminatory purpose was at least one of the substantial or motivating factors behind passage" of the measure.
Bernie Sanders has again called for an overhaul of the Democratic Party.
James Harris Jackson, 28, turned himself in at a Manhattan police station after stabbing his victim on a sidewalk. The Manhattan DA announced Monday that Jackson would be charged with a hate crime.
Many protesters looked straight out of a film of brownshirt rallies.
The more Trumpism fails, the more scapegoats will be blamed.
Sessions called an African-American "boy" and told him to watch himself around "white folks."
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch asked Trump not to turn "rhetoric of hatred" into policy.