Neo-Nazis are urging domestic terrorists to create smaller cells and go offline in the wake of increased FBI attention.
Rinaldo Nazzaro, founder of Nazi terror group the Base, is attempting to once again set up a paramilitary training network across the U.S.
While Republican lawmakers baselessly blame antifa, right-wing extremists brag about taking part in "the start of White Revolution."
The second and final episode in our podcast series on the inside story of a Nazi terror group.
Utilizing chat records and phone calls, Motherboard gained unprecedented access to the Base as they dealt with the FBI arresting seven members earlier this year.
The digital safe space for the far right has brought on someone from the allegedly biased SV giant.
Secret recordings show Patrik Mathews snuck into the U.S. and hid for months, during which time he wanted members of the Base to take advantage of all he had to offer.
The leader of the neo-Nazi group the Base described his group's "self-defense" mission in a Holocaust museum during the news segment.
The Nazism you see in the streets, begins online.