Matthew Purse was one of the most malevolent characters in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. The horrifying extent of his extremism has gone unreported, until now.
The MSNBC host offered viewers "warm fuzziness" in the form of schadenfreude about the Charlottesville rally organizers.
In a Virginia courthouse this week, a historic trial will begin that aims to unravel the real motivations of the far-right activists behind the 2017 Charlottesville riot.
'This Has Destroyed My Family': How Spanish-Language Radio Helped Radicalize A Generation Of Miami Abuelos
The misinformation crisis among South Florida’s Hispanic communities is warping some residents’ understanding of reality — and straining family ties as a result.
“I was wondering what was required to become an oath keeper,” one Texas soldier reportedly wrote in an email to the violent extremist group.
A federal jury in Seattle has convicted 25-year-old Kaleb Cole, who could face a decade in prison.
Judge Emmet Sullivan, accepting a guilty plea from Trump supporter Dawn Bancroft, called her comments about wanting to shoot Nancy Pelosi "outrageous."
The former presidential nominee was condemned for her remarks, but she was "too kind," Chauncey DeVega wrote in a commentary.
The 45th president says the 43rd president “shouldn’t be lecturing anybody.”
On the six-month anniversary of the insurrection, Republicans are trying to convince America it wasn't that big a deal.
The alleged shooter wrote about "the superiority of the white race. About whites being ‘apex predators,’" the district attorney said. "He drew swastikas.”
Right Wing Watch saw its channel restored hours later — after YouTube rejected its appeal.
Alan Hostetter, a police chief turned yogi, was indicted along with Three Percenter extremists in a conspiracy to attack the Capitol.
Months after a HuffPost investigation revealed that Shawn McCaffrey graduated boot camp, Rep. Jackie Speier wants to know why he is still in the military.
The former president spoke with The New York Times about dissuading Republicans from the GOP's right-wing, anti-democratic efforts across the U.S.
Most extremist killings in 2019 were committed by white supremacists.
For roughly six months after he was laid off, Anthony Antonio was in a home where Fox News played constantly, his attorney told a court.
The group, Lehava, heightened recent unrest in the holy city, sparked by Israel's now-reversed decision to block Palestinians from praying there during Ramadan.
“We can blend in with our law enforcement,” Jim Arroyo told “60 Minutes." "Our training is much more advanced because of our military backgrounds."
After the Fox News host doubled down on the “great replacement" conspiracy theory, white nationalists were excited at what it could mean for their movement.