Last year, just nine days before white supremacists stormed Charlottesville, Va., the FBI released a report citing “black identity extremists” as a growing threat to law enforcement. In the report, first obtained by Foreign Policy, the FBI claimed that police attacks on black Americans could spur “premeditated,…
It has been eight days since the man behind a series of deadly bombings in Austin, Texas, killed himself in an explosion; about 10 days since authorities first referred to the killer as a “serial bomber”; 16 days since authorities confirmed suspicions about the connection between the occurring explosions; and 27 days…
The words are back.
For all our national bluster about waging a “war on terror,” the main sources of terror in our country go largely unacknowledged by our political leaders. While we are led to believe that the most dangerous individuals in this country are those who read the Koran, lack a Social Security number or have dark skin, white…
Ladies and gentlemen, after tabulating the votes for all of the scary, terrorist bogeymen who killed American citizens in 2017, the award for the Domestic Extremists of the Year goes to:
It’s time to come to grips with the “white identity extremist” problem we have in America.
In a Senate committee briefing yesterday, the new FBI director told lawmakers that the FBI has about 1,000 open cases involving domestic terrorism, a catchall phrase used by the bureau that includes white supremacist organizations and right-wing terrorists.
On Feb. 11, 2016, federal agents escorted 38-year-old Safya Roe Yassin out of her Buffalo, Mo., home and charged her with multiple terror-related crimes that could ultimately result in five years’ imprisonment, three years’ supervised release and $250,000 in fines.
On Tuesday, Donald Trump’s equivocation on the Charlottesville, Va., white supremacist rallies that plunged into violence and acts of terrorism forced America to accept an unmistakable, undeniable and utterly horrifying fact: Donald Trump, president of the United States, is a terrorist sympathizer.
Authorities arrested an Oklahoma man Saturday morning for allegedly plotting to detonate a vehicle bomb in downtown Oklahoma City.
The man who applauded the actions of the 9/11 hijackers has teamed up with white supremacist organizations across the country to hold rallies in at least 26 American cities this weekend.
The death of a young student just reaching his prime is always tragic. The death of a young black man, especially one only days away from college graduation, is an enormous heartbreak. But the death of a young black man allegedly at the hands of a suspected white supremacist, brutally stabbed merely for being black,…
Three Kansas men who dubbed themselves “the Crusaders” plotted for months to bomb a mosque and an apartment complex that is home to Somali immigrants, according to the Department of Justice, reports the New York Daily News.
White Lives Matter, a white nationalist group that opposes the Black Lives Matter movement, has been declared a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which keeps track of extremist groups in the nation, the New York Times reports.