The Florida governor said attempts to make him disavow extremist demonstrations are an attempt to "smear me as if I had something to do with it."
Christina Pushaw has been condemned for speculating if the white supremacists seen in Florida over the weekend were just people posing as extremists.
One clip from the Saturday demonstration showed a neo-Nazi participant stepping on an Israeli flag.
White supremacists showed up at an annual anti-abortion rally; event organizer says they're not welcome at March for Life demonstrations.
"These extremist American organizations are looking to create a cadre of trained and experienced terrorists," Kristofer Goldsmith, CEO of the veteran-owned open-source intelligence firm Sparverius, told Newsweek, "a guerrilla warfare veteran, a potential leader of a guerrilla warfare unit when they get stateside."
"This has been one of the most traumatizing experiences in my life and in the lives of my colleagues," said Nicole Newman in a video statement.
The Proud Boys are a group of self-described "Western Chauvinists" who claim credit for "creating the modern world."
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The 18-year-old is accused of murder after killing two people during a Black Lives Matter protest in the highly divisive trial.
The judge interrupted the white supremacist three times, telling him to "stick to the facts of this case."
The Republican congressman suggested that the GOP House leader is only against "truth tellers."
We need to admit "white supremacists and psychopaths of QAnon have infiltrated all branches of our armed forces," said the musician and actor in his new memoir.
"When did you start hating Black people?" I asked Daniel. "It's how I was raised," he said nonchalantly. "But I just hate how they act. What they look like. I hate that they breathe."
The gang members violently beat their fellow member because he was considering joining another prison gang, according to the Department of Justice.
Police are investigating after extremist propaganda was found at the University of St. Thomas on September 27.
Prosecutors in Florida said Paul Miller, a neo-Nazi known as Gypsy Crusader, shared "hundreds of internet posts publicizing his animosity" towards minorities.
"We need to be the party that embraces the truth, even when it's painful," Christie said. "Unacceptable grievances and conspiracy theories always die hard,"
Curzio pleaded guilty to one count of parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building and will be released with time served.
We must listen to understand the research, the lived experiences of Black people and their voices graciously telling us what exactly we need to do.
The UFC champion-turned-politician made the comments under an Instagram video, in which he denounced the KKK.
The Orange County chapter of the NAACP released a statement Saturday clarifying that it is not involved in the upcoming counter-protest in Huntington Beach, California.
The Anti-Defamation League said, "it's incredibly disturbing YouTube continues to provide Robert Rundo with an outlet for his bigotry."
The Arizona congressman said he wanted to reach a wider audience of young conservatives who are "becoming a bigger force."
"While we all have the right to believe whatever we want," an FBI agent said, "when those views lead to violence, that's a different and dangerous story."
A new ad from The Lincoln Project blasts Fox News and host Tucker Carlson for spreading "lies" about the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.
The judge of 24 years will call for "reaffirming the norms that will ensure the [DOJ's] adherence to the Rule of Law."
Hacking group Hayalim Almonim—Hebrew for Anonymous Soldiers—have already taken down one KKK website and promise more action.
The incident at Xavier University is the third time that materials from far-right group have appeared on nearby campuses in a matter of days.
White supremacists highlight the importance of engaging with Trump supporters strategically, when attempting to radicalize them.
"You need a spark and that spark has to be charismatic," Philip Mudd said. "... they could spark a revolutionary movement."