Seattle police took all the guns of Kaleb J. Cole, a notorious neo-Nazi whose antics have included organizing paramilitary exercises in the woods of western Washington state to prepare for a “race war”.
The idea of civil war—indeed, the agitation and outright fantasizing in hopes of one—has its origins in the racist radical Right of the 1980s and ‘90s.
In an age when media stardom apparently confers some kind of universal expertise, it’s probably not a complete surprise that Republican House leaders keep trotting out pundit/provocateur Candace Owens to testify in congressional hearings
The people promoting the creation of a “Christianity-based” 51st state carved out of what is currently eastern Washington have begun moving beyond just talking about it and planning for it.
Priorities! Leaving water for migrants is bad. Right wing extremism is AOK, according to the FBI.
Russia is spreading far-right terrorism. They're using the internet. How do we stop it?
The rising tide mass killers are popping up in an endless sequence now, all with common characteristics and influences.
...but sneers at the idea he's racist.
Where were they radicalized? Online gaming sites' chat platforms.
Militiamen themselves turned out in numbers this week to remind everyone once again that the distance between their brand of “Patriot” extremism and the mainstream Republican Party in Oregon is very tiny indeed.
Not only has one of these legislators threatened to kill state policemen, but now some of the very same militiamen involved in the Malheur standoff have announced they plan to rise to these senators’ defense.
Tolerance and intolerance are analogous to matter and anti-matter: They cannot exist in the same place, but Twitter has the solution all wrong.
The cover of my book, Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right, is now being equated to actual hate speech that I report on.
The organizer of Boston's "straight pride parade" is a right-wing provocateur who intends to create street violence directed at left-wing activists.
For the better part of two decades, Americans have generally ignored their quietly mounting problem of homegrown domestic terrorism committed by white far-right extremists