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President opens speech to Congress with generic remarks condemning wave of threats and hate crimes, but earlier told state officials that 'sometimes it's the reverse.'
A Georgia judge this week sentenced a man and woman to prison for their roles in terrorizing African Americans during a rally in which they cruised around a rural area in a convoy of pickup trucks adorned with Confederate flags.
A Michigan man espousing white nationalist beliefs, who avoided trial in Montana last year after threatening to kill Jews and school children, has been arrested on three new criminal charges, including aggravated stalking.
The Levite Jewish Community Center of Birmingham, Alabama’s mission is to “provide a welcoming, family-oriented gathering place for a diverse membership to engage in meaningful experiences of the mind, body and soul.” But they have been prevented from accomplishing this on three separate occasions since the year began. Days typically filled with children’s activities and fitness were spent evacuating the premises while law enforcement and their K9s searched for a bomb after a threat was phoned in.
Proposed changes to a cultural exchange program used by thousands of foreign college students who spend the summer living and working in the United States do not go far enough to protect them from exploitation, the Southern Poverty Law Center said in comments submitted to the U.S. State Department today.
As the so-called 'Deep State' turns into a real point of political discussion, the white nationalist 'Alt-Right' sees in its shadow an effort to undermine an administration whose ear they feel they have.
For the second time in a week, vandals with apparent anti-Semitic intent have toppled and damaged headstones in a Jewish cemetery in a major U.S. city.
A Kansas man is in jail on murder and attempted murder charges after allegedly shouting “get out of my country” and racial slurs before firing a handgun Wednesday evening in a crowded sports bar in suburb of Kansas City.
“Breitbart is a company staffed almost entirely by Jews,” said Milo Yiannopolous last November when asked about accusations of anti-Semitism made against his former boss, Stephen Bannon. “I am a gay Jew, and he made me into a star.”