He had a hit list and a stockpile of ammo.
48 members of Congress have signed on to a letter demanding the House of Representatives get back to work in Washington.
The FBI Agents Association released a statement that shows how fed up they are with the limitations of federal terrorism laws.
The Hate-Filled Website 8chan Was Taken Offline After the El Paso Shooting. By Monday Morning It Was Back.
In the last six months, at least three people linked to mass shootings have posted content related to their attacks on 8chan.
The alleged rampage by Patrick Crusius could meet the federal government’s high bar for a domestic terrorism charge.
There’s no domestic system to do this — even organizations like the KKK are instead described as “hate groups.”
He’s been charged under New Zealand’s terrorism suppression law, which was enacted in 2002 after the 9/11 attacks in New York City.
U.S. intel officials from the FBI, DOJ and DHS seemed fairly unfamiliar with the platform during a Congressional hearing Wednesday.
A judge agreed to release a white nationalist Coast Guard lieutenant last week after prosecutors couldn’t charge him with a more serious crime.
The 25-year-old was marching in khakis in Charlottesville two months before he stopped an Amtrak in Nebraska to “save the train from black people.”
Legislators in Vermont are taking the most far-reaching and unusual approach of any other state.
Jamali Maddix sits down with a few self-declared "sovereign citizens" on the season finale of 'HATE THY NEIGHBOR.'