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Portland, Oregon police strive to contain the rising threat of Brood, a white street gang with a hunger for violence, racist elements, and no regard for the law
How states are, and are not, fighting back.
Though presidential candidate Donald Trump made a few statements on the campaign trail indicating he might be in support of LGBT equality, other statements and actions have belied that. His pick for vice president is a longtime opponent of LGBT equality who has opposed putting same-sex relationships on equal legal footing as heterosexual marriages.
During a single month last year, America witnessed two of the most horrific shooting attacks against law enforcement in recent memory.
Touted by its co-founders as the new nucleus the organized hate movement would gather around, the Nationalist Front (NF) is floundering. Broke, bleeding member organizations and bereft of leaders with the vision to match their voices, the fledgling organization is hardly the blitzkrieg its founders imagined when NF was formed last fall.
Who, or what, is Kek?
A new fight-club “fraternity” of young white, pro-Trump men is being formed, its organizers claim, to defend free-speech rights by “Alt-Right” leaders and engage in street fighting.
Utah’s polygamous Kingston clan mixes incest and white supremacy with old-fashioned capitalism
The contentiousness of the 2016 presidential campaign culminated in a hasty about-face for some, as Democratic and Republican politicians, pundits, and activists seem to have traded places on a number of long-held principles in reaction to the widely unpredicted Trump win.