The choice to treat the El Paso, Texas, shooting as domestic terrorism opens up law enforcement's ability to investigate 8chan and the sites where extremism finds a home.
The Oregon GOP standoff was merely the most recent escalation of a far-right strategy that has been with us for a long time.
Ted Cruz and other conservatives are calling for the group to be recognized as a terror organization, and Trump tweeted he might have the DOJ define it as one.
Pulitzer Prize-winning Post and Courier reporter Jennifer Berry Hawes discusses how mainstream journalism tends to stereotype the victims of mass shootings.
The expansion of the social media company's hateful content policy doesn't go as far as initially promised.
Dozens of hateful posts in a secret Facebook group for current and former Border Patrol agents raise questions about how well if at all the company is policing disturbing postings and comments made outside of public view.
The court ruled that First Amendment protections don't apply to a corporation that operates a public access channel in New York.
Decisions in Illinois and North Carolina to reprint yearbooks with white nationalist photos have prompted a First Amendment debate.
A rise in Islamophobic hate crimes during the Trump presidency has led to increased law-enforcement presence at places of worship.
Countries riven by inequality and xenophobia won't be resilient to climate change—which means that the fight against nationalism and the fight against global warming are actually one and the same.
The demonstrations were ultimately peaceful—but expensive.
The Detroit rapper's willingness to listen to other people, and to see himself from their perspective, is one of the hallmarks of his music, his career, and his politics.
The "American Taliban," a Californian who joined the Taliban in 2001, will be released today.
A misogyny-fueled killing spree spurred reams of news coverage. Now an online archive aims to allow a community to tell its own story of grief.
Experts say the initiative does not "have much teeth to it" but that it does not run contrary to the First Amendment.
Despite taking a defiant tone in the immediate wake of the infamous rally, the four men charged by federal authorities have all pleaded guilty.
An extremism scholar discusses the ways in which journalism has been hijacked by bad faith actors in the wake of the Poway and Christchurch shootings.
The Department of Homeland Security fumbled a domestic terrorism report in 2009 that warned about right-wing militias targeting the U.S. Army for recruits.
The man accused of burning three black churches in Louisiana had an affinity for metal music, a cultural scene white supremacists have infiltrated in the past.
Every right-wing authoritarian movement has one thing in common: a brutal clampdown on any persons or groups who promote equality.
In 2009, the Department of Homeland Security released a report highlighting the threat of far-right groups recruiting veterans. Ten years later, it's still relevant.