One of the nation's most notorious white supremacists, Matt Hale of the World Church of the Creator, has been arrested in connection with a plot to murder a U.S. District Court judge.
Mamie Till Mobley, mother of Emmett Till, whose death exposed the brutality of the 1950s South, died January 6 in a Chicago hospital.
U.S. District Court Judge Myron Thompson ruled in favor of plaintiff Stephen Glassroth November 18, finding that the monument to the Ten Commandments must be removed from public view in the Alabama Judicial Building.
Neo-Nazi leader Billy Roper has been ejected from notorious group National Alliance, raising the possibility of a split within the movement.
Nationwide chain Target has removed apparel emblazoned with neo-Nazi hate symbols after an exposé by the Center's Tolerance.org program.
William Pierce, head of the neo-Nazi National Alliance and author of the racist novel The Turner Diaries has died at age 68, seven years after facing a judgment in a suit filed by the Center.
Followers of Fred Phelps, homophobic leader of the Westboro Baptist Church hate group, picketed the Center during March in support of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, defendant in a Center suit.
The Center's Intelligence Project now offers hate crime training for law enforcement officers, and offers partial scholarships.
The Center has published "Drawing the Line," a new guide focusing on the redistricting process and explaining its effects in ordinary language.
Aryan Nations leader Richard Butler may lose control of the neo-Nazi organization he founded to two men he appointed last fall as his political heirs.
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