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In response to the election of two town council members suspected to maintain associations with neo-Nazi Craig Cobb, officials in Leith, North Dakota, are moving forward with plans to dissolve the town government.
An active duty U.S. Marine who belonged to a neo-Nazi group and bragged about involvement in last year’s deadly “Unite the Right” (UTR) rally in Virginia has been convicted in a court martial.
A small county jail cell in north-central Florida may seem like an odd place to mount a defense against an accessory to attempted murder charge.
A hate crime victim in Utah says he’s “extremely disappointed” that a federal judge gave a stun-gun assailant only nine months in prison – less than one-fourth the sentence recommended by prosecutors.
Two white supremacists who murdered a fellow inmate in a Texas federal prison were immediately sentenced to death following a jury verdict this week in Houston.
The unvarnished violence of one the nation’s largest white supremacy gangs was illustrated once again during the recent torture-murder trial of a ranking member of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas.
What should have been a joyful day at a family wedding for Joel Vangheluwe and his dad, Jerome, turned into a nightmare.
When the violent and deadly melee at an Ohio prison had ended, John C. Stojetz had one thing to say to a corrections officer.
Facebook accounts with Russian ties not only sowed racial and cultural division, but their ads preceded spikes in hate crimes.