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By Nsikan Akpan
When confronted with genetic evidence suggesting someone isn't “pure blood,” as white supremacists put it, they do not cast the person out of online communities. They bargain.
By Maria Danilova, Associated Press
As classes begin at colleges and universities across the country, some parents are questioning if their children will be safe on campus.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, a man stabbed two to death and wounded six others in a Finnish city about 95 miles outside of Helsinki. The attacker was shot in the leg and captured. Also, a state trooper who died…
By Jessica Yarvin
After the violent protests in Charlottesville, tech companies are rethinking their roles in providing online services for hateful groups.
By Justin Scuiletti
President Donald Trump's handling of hate and bigotry have prompted comparisons to how other U.S. presidents have addressed race during their time in office.
By Elizabeth Flock
Music that promotes white nationalism is still easily available for free on YouTube and SoundCloud and for sale from independent music labels and distribution services.
By Associated Press
Actor Kal Penn, artist Chuck Close and virtually the entire membership of the President's Committee On the Arts and Humanities have announced their resignation.
By Joshua Barajas
After the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, turned deadly, ACLU executive director Anthony Romero told The Wall Street Journal that the group will review legal requests from white supremacist groups on a case-by-case basis, assessing more closely whether…
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
Speaking to interns and young minority staffers at the State Department, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also pledged to diversify the overwhelmingly white ranks of the senior diplomatic corps.
By Collin Binkley and Michael Kunzelman, Associated Press
For many schools, the rally in Virginia served as a warning that these right-wing extremist groups will no longer limit their efforts to social media or to flyers furtively posted around campus.
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