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A new report suggests renaming the city of Austin, Texas, to strip away references to the Confederacy — a recommendation that’s almost certain to trigger a firestorm of controversy.
Groups throughout the United States that favor stripping away tribal sovereignty from American Indians are practicing a brand of hate that deserves higher recognition, the Montana Human Rights Network says in a new briefing paper.
In an interview with a tech magazine published this week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that while he personally finds Holocaust denial "deeply offensive ... at the end of the day, I don't believe that our platform should take that down."
A New York woman faces hate crime charges after she was caught on surveillance tape casing the apartment of a visually impaired man, waiting until his guide dog was distracted in another room before slipping into the man’s home to steal from him.
Federal drug and firearms charges are contained in a new indictment naming 13 alleged members of two white supremacist prison gangs operating in Idaho, authorities announced Thursday.
A man facing terrorism charges for using an armored vehicle to block traffic near Hoover Dam has written jailhouse letters that appear affiliated with an extremist, antigovernment conspiracy movement.
The Oath Keepers had planned to protest the California office of Rep. Maxine Waters. But then they had second thoughts when counter-protesters showed up.