Authorities say a hidden camera captured members of a violent white supremacist group expressing hope that violence at a gun rights rally in Virginia this week could start a civil war.
By Michael Kunzelman, Associated Press
The man who was sentenced to life for killing one person and injuring dozens during the 2017 "Unite the Right" rally in Virginia received an additional 419 years on state charges Monday.
By Associated Press
The Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act, a piece of legislation Durbin originally introduced in 2017, would require federal agencies to issue an annual report on domestic terrorism and codify an interagency domestic terrorism task force, according to the draft legislation, details…
By Ali Rogin
The Department of Housing and Urban Development assists more than five million families with affording their rent, among other programs. Yamiche Alcindor talks to HUD Secretary Ben Carson about his reaction to President Trump's rhetoric on race, whether Carson plans…
By Associated Press
Nikuyah Walker will be the new mayor of Charlottesville, which is still coping with the aftermath of white nationalist rallies last year.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The resolution urges the Trump administration to "use all resources available to address the growing prevalence" of hate groups in America.
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 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.
On Monday, a judge handed down the last in a series of prosecutions stemming from a 2013 probe that targeted members of various white supremacist gangs, including the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, selling drugs in the north Texas area.
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