Tagged With White Nationalism

The DOJ sent immigration court employees a link to a racist and anti-Semitic blog post attacking immigration judges

Psychologists break down the insecurities that fuel white supremacists

The El Paso shooting has reignited a debate over whether the federal government has a double-standard when it comes to white nationalist terrorism

Trump visits El Paso in the wake of mass shooting and praises victims and first responders before launching into tirade against Democratic lawmakers

Trump said he's concerned about 'white supremacy' or 'any other kind of supremacy'

FBI Agents Association urges Congress to make domestic terrorism a federal crime in the wake of Dayton and El Paso mass shootings

Trump condemned 'white supremacy' after the El Paso shooting, but his administration has made it harder to fight

A former senior FBI official said agents are hamstrung in fighting white nationalist violence because they're 'wary of pissing off the guy in the Oval Office'

Trump incorrectly blames 'gruesome video games' and 'mentally ill monsters' for mass violence while commenting on 2 mass shootings

Trump's tweet blaming 'Fake News' for the 'anger and rage' in the US echoes manifesto of the El Paso shooting suspect

FBI agents are reluctant to pursue white nationalist extremists because they don't want to target Trump's base, former counterterrorism official says

Pete Buttigieg says white supremacists 'feel validated' by Trump, in response to El Paso shooting

CNN faces backlash after interviewing white nationalist Richard Spencer about Trump's racist tweets

CNN faces backlash after interviewing white nationalist Richard Spencer about Trump's racist tweets

Trump says that his tweets being called racist 'doesn't concern' him because 'many people agree' with him

Facebook's new policy banning white nationalism ignores content that doesn't explicitly use the term 'white nationalism,' auditors say

YouTube channels from prominent white supremacists, white nationalists, and neo-Nazis are still on YouTube, a week after it announced new hate speech policies

Rep. Steve King says being condemned by Congress for his racist remarks was like Jesus Christ's suffering

White nationalists continue to post on Instagram, despite a new Facebook policy banning such content

Republicans tried to turn a hearing about white nationalism into a venue to complain about attacks on conservatives