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The bulk of a lawsuit against a group of alt-right activists, neo-Nazis and racists stemming from the deadly “Unite the Right” rally can go forward after a federal judge concluded that a group of Charlottesville residents “plausibly alleged” a conspiracy to engage in racial violence among the groups.
He likes to dress as a Confederate soldier, sing “Dixie” online and buy guns. Now, he wants out of jail and thinks his attorney isn’t doing enough to make it happen.
Editor's note: On June 25, two months after this interview, Chris Eddy died. Her funeral service will be held today – July 6.
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.
An Ohio man has been charged with more than 30 hate crimes, including intentionally killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer, for his actions during the disastrous “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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.
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.
What should have been a joyful day at a family wedding for Joel Vangheluwe and his dad, Jerome, turned into a nightmare.