The Robert E. Lee Memorial Church in Lexington, Va., is the latest building/memorial/what-have-you to toss the infamous Confederate general back to the past where he belongs, voting to change its name after an intense two-year debate.
Legislators in Charlottesville, Va., voted Tuesday night to remove a statue of yet another Confederate general, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.
A predominantly black Prince William County church has been the latest target of racists after messages of hate were posted up at the church’s front entrance over the weekend.
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.
When will the troglodytes learn to keep their shitty comments offline? Will they all lose their jobs before this is over? Only time will tell. But, for now, one Arizona man is facing the music after making a vile Facebook post about driving his vehicle through people looking to protest President Donald Trump’s rally…
The city of Charlottesville, Va., is planning to cover the statues of Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson in black fabric to represent the city’s mourning of Heather Heyer.
Susan Bro, the mother of Heather Heyer, who was killed while protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., told Good Morning America that she has no interest in speaking to President Donald Trump since Trump’s comments comparing anti-racism activists to the Ku Klux Klan and the like.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage continues to prove that he has indeed lost his damn mind, comparing the removal of Confederate monuments to removing a monument to those who died in the 9/11 attacks.
As the racial divide that has always existed in America turns from a deep fissure to a gaping chasm (which side will you choose?), the city of Charlottesville, Va., remains at the center of that divide’s latest incarnation, especially after a woman lost her life at the hands of rabid white supremacists last week.
Last year, rapper Bun B attended the Republican National Convention and documented his experience for Vice. During the event, the rapper-turned-professor got into a verbal altercation with a Donald Trump supporter after the supporter gave him the middle finger. Now, a year later, the video is making the rounds again.
What do the hip, cool white supremacists wear when their white hoods and Ku Klux Klan robes are at the dry cleaners stained with Negro blood and it’s too hot at the rally to wear those thick, wool Hugo Boss-designed Nazi uniforms? Simple. They wear the widely accepted costume recommended by 4 out of 5 white…
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.
It’s too little a little too late, but y’all’s president finally managed to take some time from golfing and tweeting about everything but Charlottesville, Va., to explicitly denounce white supremacists.
A Charlottesville, Va., judge has denied bail to James Alex Fields Jr., the alleged terrorist who is accused of running his vehicle into a crowd of anti-racism protesters on Saturday, killing one and injuring some 19 others.
The Springfield, Mass., Police Department has launched an investigation into an officer who wrote “Hahahaha love this” in response to a story about a man plowing his car through a crowd of counterprotesters at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., leaving one woman dead and a number of people injured.
The president of Washington State University’s chapter of the College Republicans is crying foul after he was photographed participating in the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., claiming that he is being unfairly maligned.
In case you were wondering about the beliefs of James Alex Fields Jr., the alleged terrorist who is accused of driving a car into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., a former high school teacher has come out claiming that in the ninth grade, Fields was singled out by…
It seems as if white supremacists haven’t done enough damage or wreaked enough havoc after the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., that left one person dead and multiple others injured. Now a Texas college town has to wonder if its home will be turned into the next racist stomping ground after a…
Updated Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, 4:15 p.m. EDT: The mayor of Charlottesville, Va., confirmed that one person was killed as a car rammed into a crowd during a white nationalist protest Saturday afternoon.