Critics slammed the paper for “normalizing” Tony Hovater and his neo-Nazi ilk.
Three white men have been charged with building bombs recently, the FBI’s much-awaited hate crime stats show an uptick and more.
You might not have heard about the gunman who killed three people in a hate-driven attack last week in Colorado.
During a speech in late February, President Donald Trump assured a crowd that his administration will take “strong measures to protect our nation from radical Islamic terrorism.” The statement in some ways betrayed a fundamental misunderstanding about terror attacks in the U.S.: They’re more likely to be linked to right-wing extremists than to those acting in the name of Islam.
Canada was the scene of one of the worst anti-Muslim mass killings in North American history earlier this year.
In this week’s report: An in-depth look at a toxic trend in America’s schools as students invoke the president’s name in their bullying of minority students, a slew of nooses in Washington, D.C., and all is (relatively) calm in Portland.
In this week’s report: Examining Portland’s history of racism following last week’s stabbings, LeBron James becomes a victim of a hate incident, and two more violent attacks.
A weekly roundup of the threats, violence and politics of extremism in today’s America.