Instead of infiltrating protests, they see how America’s police forces are spread thin, making it the ideal time to strike with a terrorist attack.
A so-called charity helping incarcerated white supremacists says John Cameron Denton is looking to get personal letters with LOTR content.
It’s the latest in data dumps involving the internal messages of online neo-Nazis.
Both organizations are the targets of absurd conspiracy theories among the far-right.
Recently arrested members of Atomwaffen Division and The Base are asking to be released from jail over the pandemic.
The pandemic caused the suspect to “accelerate” his plans to car-bomb a hospital, the agency said.
"While this is online chatter, the fact that it’s seeking to take advantage of and exacerbate a crisis is alarming."
Dozens of people posting on the now-defunct forum claimed to have military experience. We confirmed three of them.
Two Green Party lawmakers say they've received death threats warning they're at the top of the list.
Neo-Nazi propaganda, podcasts, and audiobooks continue to exist on YouTube. Even when alerted to their existence, the platform demonetized and removed some features from them, but did not delete the videos.
As hate speech continues to be a top issue for social media platforms, we are publishing an extended selection of training material showing how Facebook sees the issue of white supremacy and hate more generally.
Help remove far-right propaganda from YouTube with this extension for Chrome and Firefox.