Updated Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, 3:13 p.m. EST: Both Twitter Support and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have responded to the controversy surrounding Jason Kessler’s account being verified by Twitter.
Eleven people are stepping up and suing several white nationalists from the deadly Charlottesville, Va., rally, alleging that because of the white supremacists’ threats and violence, they suffered emotional and physical trauma.
Remember all the white supremacists who swore they went to Charlottesville, Va., to conduct a “peaceful” protest and stand up for their First Amendment rights, or whatever the hell they were saying to excuse their mess? It appears that they have been caught in a bit of a lie (surprise, surprise) after a stream of…
A white nationalist pulled his gun out on anti-racism protesters and opened fire into a crowd and in the direction of a black man who had an improvised flamethrower, all while appearing to yell a racial slur for good measure. While all of this happened, police did nothing.
It’s been less than a week since the much-discussed Unite the Right white nationalist demonstration erupted in Charlottesville, Va., resulting in the tragic death of counterprotester Heather Heyer and the injuries of 35 people. We’ve since been inundated with commentary, reactions and subsequent statements from…
Neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell can’t take the heat. Cantwell, who prides himself on being part of the superior race, cried his little bitch-ass eyes out on YouTube just days after being interviewed by Vice after attending the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va.
A Georgia judge was temporarily kicked off the bench after he compared anti-racist and anti-Confederate protesters to the Islamic State group, often referred to as ISIS, in comments on Facebook over the weekend.
It seems as if Texas A&M University has found a loophole around First Amendment issues, with officials announcing Monday that they have canceled a planned white supremacist rally meant to be hosted on campus, citing student safety.
The images that flashed before our eyes on television and social media from this weekend’s racist rallies and counterprotests were ones filled with rage, hatred and sadness. The world bore witness to the results of an election filled with hostility and fearmongering, which gave the people who elected a racist…
A 20-year-old University of Nevada, Reno student who was caught on camera carrying torches alongside other white supremacists at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia is backpedaling furiously now that his identity has been exposed.
I guess organizing a gathering of hateful bigots where a person was murdered is a ... bad thing? Huh? Who knew!
Updated Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017, 7:12 p.m. EDT: It looks as though the internet has identified one of the assailants involved in the beating of Deandre Harris as Daniel (Dan) Borden from Mason, Ohio.
Twenty-year-old aspiring hip-hop artist Deandre Harris moved to Charlottesville, Va., from Suffolk, Va., two years ago for a job opportunity as an instructional assistant in the special education program at a local high school. But nothing could prepare him for what he experienced Saturday afternoon, when he took part…
If you’re tempted to point out that you’re one of the good ones right now ... please don’t.
An unidentified group of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., attacked and beat a black man with poles in a parking garage.
On Saturday afternoon, a car plowed through a crowd of anti-racism protesters, killing one and injuring several others, in Charlottesville, Va. Several hours later, a suspect was arrested and is now being held at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.