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Shopping for wearable vitamins, tri-vortex transformers, and $4,000 'Freedom Packages' at an annual extremist swap meet.
Two television journalists who were held at gunpoint by officials of what was then the nation's largest and most aggressive Klan group have received compensation from the sale of the Klan leader's house.
Ten years ago, white supremacist millionaire Vincent Bertollini moved to Sandpoint, Idaho, because, he said, its population was "98% Adamic, white, Aryan people." Being on the lam for the last five years must have compromised his values.
Larry Darby, a prominent atheist and advocate of decriminalizing marijuana, never had much of a chance in his Democratic primary bid for attorney general of quintessentially conservative Alabama.
Sam Currin, the legal chief for the Southern heritage group Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) and a former U.S. attorney from North Carolina, was indicted in April in a major tax scheme.
A new study of media coverage shows that a large number of daily newspapers wildly exaggerated the number of volunteers who actually took part in the Minuteman Project, a vigilante "citizens border patrol" operation that took place in southeastern Arizona.
The Florida media gave a gang of racist thugs in New Port Richey too much credit in describing their mobile home hangout at 9321 Teak Street as a neo-Nazi "compound."
Three members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) group traveled to a NASCAR race in to protest the racing association's recent moves to discourage the flying of the Confederate battle flag at races.
Jan. 12 - A federal grand jury in Dallas indicted the mother of Confederate Hammerskin member Gary Dale Stanley Jr. for allegedly threatening two women with death if they testified against her son