The FBI arrested three white extremists on Thursday just days before they were to attend a gun control rally in Virginia's capital.
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."
The video, which sparked outrage on Monday, showed several male students giving the infamous salute while a Nazi marching song played in the background.
Immigration Director Ken Cuccinelli: Statue Of Liberty Poem 'Of Course' Refers To People From Europe
Cuccinelli, acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, said that the poem doesn't apply to people "likely to go on welfare."
“He’s dehumanized or sought to dehumanize those who do not look like or pray like the majority here in this country," Beto O'Rourke said of Trump.
Donald Neely, 43, who is mentally ill according to family, was led down the street by a leash after being arrested for trespassing.
"What do you think? You know the s--- he's been saying." — Beto O'Rourke to a reporter at a vigil for victims of the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, when asked if there was anything that Trump could do to make things better.
"You have people in high places, and I'm going to get on every news station and I'm going to shout this out," Damon Davenport insisted.
On what would have been Till's 78th birthday, we honor the life of one of the most important catalysts of the Civil Rights Movement.
Shortly after the racist chant, the hashtag #IStandWithIlhan started trending.
Tennessee law dictates that the governor must sign proclamations for six state holidays, including Nathan Bedford Forrest Day.