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.
Trump condemned racism following the Charlottesville attacks. But what about his inner circle?
An Israeli teenager arrested earlier this year for making a series of bomb threats against Jewish community centers in the United States might not have been acting alone.
United The Right has the potential to throw a Virginia city into chaos, a look at why hate crime victims don’t report their attackers to police and an alt-right warrior’s quest for redemption.
“Now he actually has the opportunity finally to come and defend himself and wrap himself in the First Amendment, and yet he doesn’t have the guts to do so.”
In this week’s Hate Report: a look at Richard Spencer’s reclusive backer, a report shows hate crimes against Muslims spiked and a city pushes back against white supremacy.
In this week’s Hate Report: The operator of a controversial neo-Nazi website goes to the other side of the planet to escape a lawsuit, Trump’s words are being used to bully minority kids and a hate crime charge reduces a racist to a blubbering mess.
A leading anti-extremism advocacy group’s motives are questioned, a look at what happens when the president shares a video made by someone with a history of racism, and a grieving mother pushes Indiana to enact hate crime laws.
The Trump administration cuts off anti-extremism funding to the only two organizations that were solely focused on white supremacists.
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.