A new database of domestic terror incidents shows attacks by far-right extremists have become far more lethal since Donald Trump became president.
Here’s what our group of volunteer Hate Sleuths has uncovered.
In this week’s roundup: The link between white nationalist political candidates and the U.S. government and an alt-right protest erupts into violence.
Plus: The curious case of an adoption ad on a far-right podcast, a Middle Eastern conservative reflects on a Trump appointee’s Islamophobia and more.
Richard Spencer says anti-fascists are winning, but an actual neo-Nazi has won a Republican primary in Illinois.
Young men associated with the alt-right keep killing people, the hate incidents of the week and a white supremacist’s reported lie.
Perhaps nowhere in America has the metamorphosis of these black-clad protesters been more visible than in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The slayings echo other brutal killings that have happened this year.
While Trump may be willing to rebuild bridges with formerly #NeverTrump GOP officeholders, some of his more extreme supporters are unwilling to forgive and forget.