Troop deployments, FBI crackdowns, deplatforming, and infighting seem to have deterred a bigger turnout of the far right across the country.
Rinaldo Nazzaro, founder of Nazi terror group the Base, is attempting to once again set up a paramilitary training network across the U.S.
Without hesitation, a Capitol Hill rioter who posted evidence of his trespassing on Instagram, then sent emails detailing his crimes to the FBI, according to court documents.
The map is the first to allow people to easily see the videos taken at the Capitol Hill insurrection and saved from the Parler archive.
Ali Alexander denies that he was agreeing with advocates for violent social collapse, saying the statement was made in the "context of technology."
The military is already investigating the role service members played in the Capitol insurrection. Now, neo-Nazis are trying to recruit them.
Epik, already used by Gab and other far-right associated social media apps, just took on Parler.
Georgia native Nicholas Tindall is charged with lying about discussing terrorist plots against U.S. water and electric facilities.