Hundreds of children are stuck working in gold mines in Burkina Faso, regarded as the newest front line in the war on terror.
Last week, two YouTubers were arrested for threatening to rape an Indian comedian over a year-old joke.
"Earthquakes happen, people die," said a former conspiracy theorist. "There isn't always a nefarious plot behind it."
The beloved street food bakso is a hit with young and old alike—and, as it turns out, with suspected extremists looking to lay low.
German attendance at a camp in St. Petersburg highlights the growing cooperation between white supremacist groups internationally.
A White Man From Illinois Allegedly Brought Bombs to Start a Riot at the Minneapolis George Floyd Protest
The arrest gives some support to local officials' claims that outside agitators may be partially responsible for violence in Minneapolis.
Armed extremists are showing up to protests and urging a "boogaloo" — code for civil war — online.
Extremists are celebrating Arbery’s killing in the worst places on the internet, and turning his assailants into white supremacist folk heroes.
White Supremacists Built a Website to Doxx Interracial Couples — and It's Going to Be Hard to Take Down
Racists have published a hate-filled database targeting white women dating black and brown men as “traitors” — and some are being harassed online.
He allegedly participated in a swatting campaign targeting politicians, journalists, and a historically black church.
The group was planning 10 coordinated attacks inspired by the one in Christchurch, New Zealand.
On January 16, Brian M. Lemley Jr., a suspected member of the neo-Nazi terror cell The Base, was arrested alongside two others. His dating profile is something else.