The president made the claim during Thursday remarks to Jewish leaders ahead of the Rosh Hashanah holiday.
"No cold record or careful parsing of statutes and precedents can capture the full horror of what Roof did," said the three-judge panel from the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court in its decision.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer weighs in on the unique challenges facing women in office, the current "destructive" political climate, COVID recovery, the sentencing of one of her would-be kidnappers and more in an exclusive Newsweek interview.
"They started engaging with citizens of Philadelphia, who were none too happy about what they were saying."
Officials found "antisemitic and racist statements against Black individuals," said Sufffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins on Sunday.
The FBI and Texas Department of Public Safety arrested Coleman Thomas Blevins, 28, of Kerrville, on Friday by the FBI.
Wesley Gullett, leader of the far-right New Aryan Empire (NAE) gang, was charged along with 51 other far-right gang members in Arkansas.
A number of planned neo-Nazi events had next to no attendees, with only one showing up for demonstration in New York.
"Ethnic replacement" and "obedient third world" immigrants were part of the "eerily" similar remarks highlighted by Carlson and white supremacist mass shooters on 'The Daily Show' Friday.
"I'm as disappointed as I am unsurprised that last week, we all had to hear all the cynical, pearl-clutching, faux-urgency, ableist, structurally white-supremacist, hysteria," the teacher wrote on Facebook recently.
Patrick Casey, who was also a key figure in the since-disbanded American Identity Movement, was confirmed to have been banned from the platform for violating community guidelines.
Sparked by a trend asking people to share their favorite political moments, the clip of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez questioning the Facebook CEO about conservative outlets serving as fact-checkers has resurfaced.
"We are resilient people who have trusted in God through slavery and the Underground Railroad, Jim Crow and the Civil Rights Movement, and now we face an apparent rise in white supremacy," Rev. Dr. Ianther M. Mills said.
Trump told Georgia rallygoers the government will confiscate their land and firearms if Democratic Senate candidates win the upcoming runoff elections, echoing his 2018 comments on white South African farmers.
"It should be super-easy to condemn white supremacists," H.R. McMaster said.
"Donald Trump has created, in my opinion, the favorable conditions that have allowed these domestic terrorist groups to rise," Miles Taylor said.
"Paramilitary terrorist organization" White Rabbit Militia allegedly wore badges calling themselves "pork eating crusaders."
"Your support is 10,000% percent unwelcome here," a Biden campaign spokesperson said.
"The Aryan nation will rule the world!" the man can be heard saying in a viral video clip of the incident.
The militia called for the removal of Georgia's Confederate monument at Stone Mountain Park Saturday.
The president on Sunday retweeted and later deleted the tweet of a video showing two sets of Florida seniors in competing protests.
The white supremacist hate group are currently only listed as a domestic extremists, who are prosecuted differently to terrorists.
The man who killed the unarmed black teenager in 2012 claimed the candidates defamed him as racist and a white supremacist.
White House senior adviser Stephen Miller merged his dual-pronged obsession with immigrants and crime through "off-the-record observation[s]" he provided to Breitbart News about illegal immigrant violence against Americans.
Troll whose real name is Daniel McMahon accused of forcing Don Gathers to pull out of City Council race using online intimidation.
The British man wrote a letter to the Charleston mass shooter thanking him for "opening my eyes" to racial "cleansing."
The Trump campaign reportedly launched as many as 66 Facebook ads seeking support from the Latino community since Monday, less than 48 hours after Saturday's mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.
Carlson claimed white supremacy was "a conspiracy theory used to divide the country and keep a hold on power."
"Read Might Is Right by Ragnar Redbeard," gunman Santino William Legan wrote in an Instagram post before shooting.
Extremist materials found in city of Troy believed to have come from far-right group Hundred Handers.