If officials at the State Department wanted to address the growing far-right threat, they could.
On Wednesday, two men were convicted for belonging to the group after a former associate sensationally turned against them, alerting the public to a far-right plot to murder an MP. A third man, who admitted to the court that he planned to kill the politic
Jack Renshaw recently admitted that he had intended to murder Labour politician Rosie Cooper with a 19-inch machete, to "send the state a message".
Ironmarch boasted about its links to Nazi terror groups.
In a software-aided investigation, Motherboard found that while YouTube has cracked down on pro-ISIS material, the video giant leaves neo-Nazi propaganda online for months and sometimes years at a time.
Authorities contend the social media giants "can exert a massive amount of control on the day-to-day management of it"
It looks like the British government is getting ready to ban Hitler-loving crew National Action—but what difference will that make?
After VICE exposed National Action's racist homeless outreach, there's been a backlash from their natural enemies.
With the advent of a "whites only" food bank in Scotland, far-right and nationalist groups in Europe are using claims of charity to manipulate their community presence.
They had eggs, milk, and punches thrown at their heads.
This weekend, "one of the world's most dangerous volcanoes" started erupting in Ecuador, and some neo-Nazis in Liverpool tried to hold a march and failed spectacularly.
It was the biggest openly Nazi march to take place in Britain in years—maybe since the 90s.