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.
Decisions in Illinois and North Carolina to reprint yearbooks with white nationalist photos have prompted a First Amendment debate.
New research finds those fears in turn provoke racial bias and support for conservative policy positions.
The demonstrations were ultimately peaceful—but expensive.
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 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.
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.
Political scientist Ashley Jardina reports that up to 40 percent of American whites feel solidarity with, and protective of, their racial group.
In recent months, YouTube has emerged as something of a flourishing option for white supremacist and neo-Nazi videos—spreading ideas cited by the alleged New Zealand mosque gunman.
Violence driven by racial or religious hatred is as American as apple pie, according to a cultural anthropologist who has studied the white-power movement.
Studies find that many of them connect with like-minded believers online and broadcast their ideology and intentions before they act.
Although research debunks white supremacists' claims about lactose intolerance, race has long played a role in American milk-drinking.
And it has identified six monuments and roughly 30 street names that could soon possibly meet the chopping block.
An on-the-ground account of how the residents and authorities in our nation's capital dealt with a gathering of white nationalists in their city.
Antifascist demonstrators prepare signs for their counter-protest to the Unite the Right rally in Washington, D.C., on August 12th, 2018.