Within minutes of Trump’s indictment, supporters lit up social media platforms with violent threats and calls for civil war.
"They failed to act and Abby was shot.”
The developers behind a game about dismemberment explain the line between shock and cartoonish blood and gore.
“Someone tried to kill me last night,” Ciro Gómez-Leyva said, describing the moment gunmen on motorcycles fired on his car.
“Georgians better be ready to lock and load. If it gets violent, shoot first,” one member of The Donald wrote on Tuesday.
The blood is real, just like the pain.
Police call it a possible suicide, while the school maintains it was an accident. The teenager’s parents accuse the school management of a cover-up.
Beijing has silenced voices calling out violence against women but activists say this latest abuse is only the "tip of the iceberg."
The Department of Homeland Security released a bulletin warning of increased extremist violence, which is a solid indication how everything is going.
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.
The prime suspect in the shooting that hurt dozens was a prolific YouTuber who posted hundreds of rants on subjects such as violence, race, 9/11, and women.