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After five people were gunned down in their own newsroom, the normally feisty editorial page of the Capital-Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, went silent Friday.
Human rights activists in North Idaho have confronted the Aryan Nations, the stigma of Ruby Ridge, Phineas Priest bank bombers and assorted other white supremacists. They’ve seen racist flyers, billboards, parades and cross-burnings.
Now, they’re dealing with racist robocalls and vile, antisemitic podcasts.
The First Freedom, a stalwart publication of the neo-Confederate movement, appears to be nearing its demise.
A Texas man awaiting execution in a notorious hate crime is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to save him.
A white supremacist who avoided attempted murder charges in Florida is back in a Texas jail, this time on gun possession charges.
The halls of higher education at the University of Texas will no longer be marked by monuments to a low point in American history.
Another town, another arrest — racist Kynan Dutton was arrested over the weekend at a Tennessee Pride event that drew an odd assortment from the extremist fringe.
Alt-right figure Milo Yiannopoulos tried on Saturday, June 23, to troll a Jewish journalist with symbols used by neo-Nazis, but the journalist quickly turned the tables on him.
New federal charges shed light on a cell of suspected domestic terrorists known as the “White Rabbits” who allegedly were involved in assorted crimes, including firearms violations and fire-bombings of an Islamic Center and a women’s health clinic.