"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.
Copies of the KKK's Crusader newspaper have been distributed in a Louisville neighborhood after appearing in Boyd County in June.
The whistleblower complaint was filed by former acting Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis Brian Murphy.
"The allegations of abusive behavior by these criminal gangs within the LASD are deeply disturbing," the letter from the Committee on Oversight and Reform said.
Nearly a third of active-duty troops told pollsters they have witnessed or experienced a racist or white nationalist incident.
Democrats' identity politics obsession only fosters further disunity and stokes further discord for an already divided nation.
Replying to a tweet Tuesday morning, Spencer wrote that he recognized how "ineffective, useless, and traitorous the GOP is," reaffirming his decision to vote for Biden in the November election.
Founder Mike Peinovich said the National Justice Party would fight for "white rights, for our people in America and the world."
A Twitter spokesperson confirmed the former KKK leader's account was permanently suspended for violating Twitter Rules.
"What we saw on those walls is not reflective of our community," said Dylan Brennan, mayor of University Heights, Ohio.
Three different jurisdictions are investigating flyers linked to the Loyal White Knights group that have been distributed in neighborhoods.
Madison Hartmann is accused of twice breaking SeaQuest's harassment policy over images she posted on social media.
"Lemme fix this headline for you … 'White supremacist rally in Omaha to showcase Midwestern racism,'" the professor wrote in response to an article about a 'Back the Blue' rally.
Ann Coulter denounced Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as a "broken-down old man owed by cheap labor lobbyists" and urged Kentucky voters to elect his "lovely" Democrat opponent Amy McGrath instead.
"White people make up just 8% of the world's population, so if you flood all-white majority countries with nonwhites you eliminate white children forever," the racist Facebook ad said.
An annual global terrorism report said there has been a noticeable increase in racially and ethnically motivated terrorist attacks over the last several years.
Online players spotted that the ability to perform the symbol has been removed from "Modern Warfare" and "Warzone" games.
"I unequivocally disavow the effort that serves to incite and divide our community, and minimizes the Black Lives Matter movement," Mayor Regina Romero said Thursday.
In a 1971 interview with "Playboy," the late actor said he believed "in white supremacy until the Blacks are educated to a point of responsibility."
Shaun King called "Christian whiteness" both "violent" and "dangerous" after calling for the removal of light-skinned depictions of Jesus.
The online petitions went viral after President Donald Trump said antifa will be treated as a terrorist organization.
The individual was removed from all National Guard missions "effective immediately," Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said Friday.
"Steve King does more to hurt Republican and conservative causes than help," said Representative Steve Stivers on Wednesday.
Four alleged white supremacists were arrested Wednesday for sending hate propaganda to journalists and activists in four different states.
Overall, the defendants trafficked more than 1,600 kilograms of methamphetamine, 59 firearms, and other drugs including cocaine and heroin over a three-year period.
Our Jewish ancestors, just like Miller's Jewish ancestors, were targeted by the "great replacement" theory being weaponized, on his watch, against immigrants and Muslims.
The New York congresswoman said most Americans have no interest in foreign wars but have been dragged along by a "powerful and concentrated class" that controls U.S. politics.
Recent GOP convert Jeff Van Drew decried White House Senior Adviser Stephen Miller's "racist rhetoric" in a tweet Thursday, to which CNN host Jake Tapper simply said, "Um."
The posters, which bear a message concocted on notorious message board 4chan, are stuck to lampposts and drainpipes around Perth's city center.
Malcolm Nance told MSNBC he took a "very dim view" of students' behavior but said he was not sure what sentiment was behind the gestures.