We talked with author Andy Campbell about Roger Stone, right-wing goons, and what messages they’re getting from Donald Trump.
The far-right street-fighting gang has been making inroads into local politics ever since coming under scrutiny for their role in the January 6 riot.
The Proud Boys–supported slate of “anti-woke” candidates ran a successful campaign to take over the Sarasota school board.
The Jan. 6 committee obtained the encrypted chat, named F.O.S. or “Friends of Stone,” which included leaders of the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers.
Mark Meadows’ former top White House aide told the Jan. 6 committee that her boss knew there was a possibility of violence at Trump’s rally.
“It was all in front of the children, and it frightened them,” said a librarian at the public library that hosted the Pride event.
Here’s what we know about the connections between the Proud Boys, the Oath Keepers, and key members of former President Trump’s orbit.
A police officer describing the “war scene,” where she found herself slipping in her colleagues’ blood, is just part of what we learned in the first hearing.
Five leaders of the group are facing federal sedition conspiracy charges over their alleged roles in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
It's the bipartisan committee’s big chance to take all the testimony and evidence, and present the general public with what the obsessives already know about the attempted coup.
The Proud Boys of Ireland say they’re just “a men’s shed that gets shit-faced and lifts each other up.” But their views appear to be just as far right as their U.S. brethren.
We talked to a key player in the push to get the Georgia Republican off the 2022 ballot for her role in boosting the coup before and on Jan. 6.