"Just me and my wife and we got guns a blazing, you wanna come in here?" Rick Lynn Simmons said, according to his federal indictment.
Despite his failed presidential run in 2016 and his stance on far-left initiatives regarding climate change, college tuition and health care, Sanders already appears to be a formidable 2020 candidate.
"English is our first language so you need to speak English," the woman said in a Mexican restaurant.
The victim said she was asked what "mix" she was and branded ugly, subhuman and poor.
"Democrats brainwashed a lot of the black population and I hate that," Villa also said.
A Catholic diocese investigation into the Lincoln Memorial standoff between high school students and Native American activists found no wrongdoing on behalf of the "MAGA" hat-wearing students.
LAPD officers arrested 36-year-old Daniel Sohn for impersonating police and identified him as the Asian man who yelled "white power" at Black Lives Matter protesters last month.
The yearbook was published in 1968 and lists State Senator Tommy Norment as its managing editor, according to The Virginian-Pilot.
A West Virginia EMS director was suspended after posting a picture touting Trump's border wall that showed several decapitated dark-skinned men's heads behind a smiling white man.
Following an apology for the photo, Northam denied that he was in the photo at all: "I was not in that costume, either as blackface or KKK," he said.
"I mean, Republicans are happy to ask Ralph Northam to resign [but] they have a much worse guy who is heading their party," Howard Dean said.
"It is stunning and astonishing to me that four words in a New York Times quote can outweigh 20 some years of public service," King said.
Mitchell McNamee, the owner of Rorkes Beer, Wine and Food in Darwin, Australia, is facing scrutiny from staff and the media over his alleged racist policies.
Tucker Carlson accused the left of racism against whites during his Fox News show.
"The clock is ticking. Impeachment is not dead," Democratic Representative Al Green said.
ESPN hosts criticized President Donald Trump for offering players from NCAA Football champion team Clemson University an array of fast food, labeling it a potentially racist move by the White House.
Iowa Senator Joni Ernst condemned King's comments on white supremacy as "offensive" and "racist."
The songs, which appeared on the popular music sharing website SoundCloud, were shared by a user called "Lil Plantation."
"When people with opinions similar to King's open their mouths, they damage not only the Republican Party and the conservative brand but also our nation as a whole," Senator Tim Scott wrote in an op-ed.
King's comments "should have no place in our national discourse," Republican Representative Liz Cheney noted.
The freshman congresswoman doubled down on the accusation she made during an interview with Anderson Cooper on Sunday.