The leader of a far-right party with seats in the Slovak parliament was convicted of illegal use of neo-Nazi symbols and sentenced to four years and four months in prison on Monday.
By Associated Press
The FBI says it has broken up an alleged plot by violent extremists in Michigan to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and overthrow the state government. The shocking revelation included details of a plan to storm the state capitol that started…
Authorities say a 43-year-old German who posted a rant calling for the "complete extermination" of various races and cultures shot and killed nine people, most of them Turkish.
By David McHugh, Frank Jordans, David Rising, Associated Press
A Coast Guard lieutenant accused of stockpiling guns and drafting a hit list of prominent Democrats and TV journalists has been sentenced to more than 13 years in prison for firearms and drug offenses.
By Michael Kunzelman, Associated Press
By Lorne Cook, Associated Press
Europe's far-right and populist parties sought to rebrand themselves Thursday, launching a new group dubbed Identity and Democracy in the European Parliament but with many of the same faces and most of the old policies.
By Aritz Parra, Associated Press
A divided Spain voted Sunday in its third general election in four years, with all eyes on whether a far-right party will enter Parliament for the first time in decades and potentially help unseat the Socialist government.
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.
With a history of racist, homophobic and misogynistic remarks, far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro was elected president last Sunday of Latin America’s biggest country, campaigning as an antidote to a political class embroiled in corruption scandals. The victory was the latest…
By Sarah DiLorenzo, Mauricio Savarese, Peter Prengaman, Associated Press
Far-right, former army captain Jair Bolsonaro, who expresses nostalgia for Brazil’s military dictatorship, won the first round of its presidential election by a large margin Sunday, but fell just short of getting enough votes to avoid a second-round runoff against…
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