The committee’s chair, Sen. Ted Cruz, said the hearing will center on “how Antifa and other anarchists are hijacking peaceful protests and engaging in political violence that is not only criminal, but antithetical to the First Amendment.”…
By Maea Lenei Buhre
WASHINGTON — Scott Nichols, a balloon artist, was riding home on his scooter from the protests engulfing Minneapolis last weekend when he was struck by a rubber bullet fired from a cluster of police officers in riot gear. “I just…
By Michael Biesecker, Michael Kunzelman, Jake Bleiberg, Alanna Durkin Richer, Associated Press
President Donald Trump has blamed antifa activists for violence at protests over police killings of black people, but antifa isn't an organization, and targeting it isn't simple.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
President Donald Trump on Sunday tweeted that the United States "will be designating" Antifa as a "terrorist organization" amid a week of unrest across the country.
By Associated Press
By Associated Press
The mayor of Portland, Oregon, has asked the police chief to investigate "disturbing" texts between the commander of the department's rapid response team and the leader of a far-right group involved in violent protests in the city.
By Molly Enking
Hundreds of right-wing protesters and counter-protesters faced off in Portland, Oregon on Saturday, shouting chants like, “USA, USA,” and “Whose streets? Our streets!” at each other across a barrier of police in riot gear.
By Cameron Hickey, Miles O'Brien
We reached out to Google to ask about the misinformation we found for the “Antifa civil war” search in “Top stories,” and they declined to comment. However, by the following day, searches for those same terms did not return any…
By Paul Elias and Jocelyn Gecker, Associated Press
BERKELEY, Calif. — An anti-hate rally was disrupted when scores of anarchists wearing black clothing and masks stormed the demonstration in Berkeley and attacked several supporters of President Donald Trump. But police were able to head off any wider violence.
By Joshua Barajas
An image that appeared to capture a member of an anti-fascist group beating a U.S. police officer with a club during a “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is fake.
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