Young men associated with the alt-right keep killing people, the hate incidents of the week and a white supremacist’s reported lie.
White supremacists’ reactions to the State of the Union address provide a window into why they liked the president in the first place.
A man accused of calling in death threats to CNN was out on bail in time for dinner, a white nationalist town manager gets fired and more.
They’re the target market for white supremacists’ online recruiting.
Perhaps nowhere in America has the metamorphosis of these black-clad protesters been more visible than in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Young white men with an interest in neo-Nazi and far-right thinking have been connected to multiple mass shootings and other killings in recent weeks.
In this week’s Hate Report: the reporting that tells the story of hate in 2017.
A swath of new hate crimes and hate-crime prosecutions across the country, a style guide for neo-Nazis and a quasi-fascist stumps for Roy Moore.
The internet’s leading neo-Nazi and the Charlottesville planner confront legal problems, a planned mosque shooting and hate-crime stat problems.
Critics slammed the paper for “normalizing” Tony Hovater and his neo-Nazi ilk.