Muslims have had a hard time in America since 9/11. But in the last few months, it seems clear that things are getting worse
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William “White Will” Williams, a longtime stalwart on the neo-Nazi scene, has taken over the ailing National Alliance, which was once the nation’s most important hate group. Williams’ new role was worked out in a secret deal with Erich Gliebe, who is leaving the movement, but other former members are vowing a fight.
Terrorism is a real and serious threat no matter what its ideological origin.
A Texas man who got his kicks detaining and bullying unauthorized border-crossers on his own authority was himself taken into custody Oct. 20 and charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Antigovernment Extremists Fight the Law, and the Law Wins
Todd Kincannon, former head of the South Carolina GOP, once again embarrassed his party on social media when he suggested in a series of Oct. 4 tweets that Americans with Ebola should be “humanely put down” and African villages touched by the disease should be “napalmed.”
Average winter temperatures in Colorado City, Ariz., bottom out in the 20s. Still, residents are constructing a massive “tent city” into which, local officials believe, they will soon move en masse rather than comply with a court order requiring them to pay taxes and occupancy fees or face eviction.
Americans were badly shaken this fall when missteps by the Texas hospital that handled one of the first cases of Ebola virus on American soil led to a minor outbreak in the U.S.