We were curious to see whether the hardcore white nationalists on the web viewed Carlson as their messenger to the broader public.
Since 9/11, nearly every terrorist attack in the United States has come from within.
A running tally of the connections between GOP candidates and white nationalism.
A nightmarish club of teachers and professors has been singled out, berated and threatened with violence by anonymous trolls.
Last year, we talked with more than 80 people who were attacked, physically or verbally, by people who specifically mentioned the president during the
Presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro has ushered with him a wave of hate speech and political violence the likes of which haven’t been seen in Brazil for decades.
Government reports aren’t necessarily matching the president’s rhetoric when it comes to terrorism.
In this week’s roundup: Apple pulls an anti-Semitic app following our reporting, three takeaways from the Charlottesville terrorism case and more.
Here’s what our group of volunteer Hate Sleuths has uncovered.
There’s a new battlefield in the culture wars: comic books. The alt-right now has gotten in the business, led by a buxom, Confederate flag-waving superhero named Rebel and a white vigilante who turns immigrants over to ICE.