Gregory and Rachel Howell, both 29, are facing charges of hate crimes and vandalism after confronting a Black man and his girlfriend.
Blink twice if you need us to save you, Terry.
The video was from a golf cart rally backing his 2020 reelection campaign.
The now-viral moment sent Twitter into a frenzy.
The "Brooklyn-Nine-Nine" star came under fire for a tone-deaf tweet he posted, urging against Black supremacy.
An investigator testified that Travis Michael, who is facing murder charges, was heard uttering the racial slur by another defendant.
Merritt addresses the debate that people are having around the efficacy of and motive behind showing videos of white supremacists and police officers killing Black people with impunity.
The FBI arrested three white extremists on Thursday just days before they were to attend a gun control rally in Virginia's capital.
According to the investigation executive summary, the class instructor encouraged it, reveled in it and at times reciprocated the salute.
The teacher at Blades Elementary School in St. Louis gave students an in-class assignment where they were instructed to set a price for a slave.
University Of North Carolina Secretly Gave $2.5M To Neo-Confederate Group, Students And Faculty Protest
Kevin Stone, leader of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, tweeted about the group's victory on Twitter.
Senator Elizabeth Warren vows to use every tool in her administration to take on the growing threat of white nationalist terrorism.
Police say that the teenager targeted the church based on the fact that its congregation is majority Black.
Senior White House adviser Stephen Miller is being asked to resign from his position after emails confirm his ties to white nationalism.
The group, which had the Mississippi state flag, and a neo-Confederate flag with them, appeared to be filming a propaganda video.
Department Of Homeland Security Says White Supremacist Violence As Great A Threat As Foreign Terrorism
In a Strategic Framework report released by DHS, the agency recognizes the growing threat of homegrown terrorists to our national safety.
Justin Herdman, the US attorney for the Northern District of Ohio slammed white supremacists for their "hatred and failed ideologies."
Jean Cramer, 67, who was running for city council in Marysville, Michigan, drew outrage after saying she wanted to her town to be a "white community as much as possible."