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.
In this week’s roundup: Stories that break the hate.
Plus: a church shooting in Nashville is being investigated as a possible hate crime, and a list of who’s calling Trump a white supremacist.
The slayings echo other brutal killings that have happened this year.
Plus: Congress presses President Trump to do more about white supremacists, and the Proud Boys face an identity crisis.
A handy primer on antifa, the KKK’s imprint on Charlottesville and what happened to business owners who gave to white supremacist David Duke.
We found 42 instances of swastika vandalism in the month of July. It’s become a catch-all for all types of extremist hate.
Any “very fine” person could have predicted racism and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. No one was hiding their intentions, it seems.
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.