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Trump still thinks he’s winning on immigration; Ten days, four hate crimes; White supremacist groups use IRS loophole to make millions; and more.
Oregon neo-Nazi Jimmy Marr, well known to locals for driving around in a truck painted with swastikas and various white supremacist slogans, was hospitalized Monday following what police described as a “large fight involving multiple people.”
After whipping up fears that violent protesters were being bussed in across the country — leading the nation’s largest antigovernment militia group to issue an urgent “Call to Action” — only a handful of supporters of Lt. General Michael Flynn appeared outside the U.S. District Courthouse Tuesday for Flynn’s scheduled sentencing.
Powerful U.S.-based anti-LGBT hate groups, including the World Congress of Families (WCF), are working alongside global online petition platform CitizenGO to train, meet with and support three influential anti-LGBT groups in Italy, a Hatewatch investigation reveals.
Several people arrested in the “Martyr’s Day” beating of a black man at a Lynnwood, Washington, bar were sporting T-shirts and patches of the racist skinhead group Crew 38, according to recently released court records.
The Federal Commission on School Safety—established by President Trump following the tragic school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and led by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos—released a report today that recommends withdrawing the 2014 Department of Justice and Department of Education legal guidance on discriminatory discipline.
YouTube has become an online radicalization machine; Fake news travels faster on Twitter; Banner desecrates Fields victim’s church; and more.
A new report released today by the Arkansas Department of Human Services shows that another 4,600 residents were stripped of their Medicaid coverage this month, bringing the total number of residents who have lost Medicaid coverage because of the state’s work requirements to approximately 17,000.
Miller dogwhistles to promote the wall; Google’s algorithm just isn’t human; Authoritarians are waging a war on women; and more.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced in a report today that it deported more than 256,000 people in fiscal year 2018, a 13 percent increase from last year.
Dropping the ball on right-wing extremism; PewDiePie’s ties to bigots spells trouble; Alt-right recruiting from ranks of Trump-loving evangelicals; and more.
The following is a list of activities and events of anti-LGBT organizations. Organizations listed as anti-LGBT hate groups are designated with an asterisk.
Five attacks — including four arson fires — at Jehovah’s Witnesses worship houses in Washington state appear to be hate crimes, a county sheriff says.
The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice released new data this week that shows a 20 percent drop from the previous year in the number of juveniles who have been transferred to adult court.
Campus racism thrives in age of Trump; Gohmert says SPLC stirs up hate; Heyer’s mother questions ‘Bikers for Trump’ presence; and more.
Conflict within the neo-Confederate white nationalist League of the South (LOS) has forced the group to find a new location for its annual convention after the owners of a Wetumpka, Alabama, building said it will no longer rent its property to the LOS.
He said he would be murdered if he were deported back to Honduras. He was.
Conspiracy theories still thriving on YouTube; Columbia student’s race rant goes viral; Trump’s ‘disease’ attack echoes Nazi propaganda; and more.
Florida State Sen. Perry Thurston filed a bill this week that seeks to establish a more diverse judiciary in the state by reforming its judicial nomination process.
A jury in Charlottesville has handed up a life prison sentence plus 419 years behind bars for a neo-Nazi sympathizer convicted of driving his car into a crowd of counter-protesters after the “Unite the Right” rally.