This Lawmaker Wants To Label Foreign White Supremacist Groups As "Terrorists," But Some Of Them No Longer Exist
Of the 13 violent far-right extremist groups Rep. Elissa Slotkin wants the US to designate "foreign terrorist organizations," four are defunct, one is American, and another is a part of an allied nation’s national guard.
Ukraine is attracting Americans who want to fight alongside far-right extremists. What happens when radicalized soldiers like Craig Lang return home?
A Judge Let A Transgender Former Neo-Nazi Off Without Prison Time Because He Had Endured “Enough” Suffering
“None of us have suffered the difficult situation this defendant has endured as a result of his gender identity confusion,” a judge said of Taylor Parker-Dipeppe, who was charged for his involvement in a plot to harass journalists.
A new report identified more than 200 militia pages and groups on Facebook as of March 18, more than two months after the insurrection at the Capitol.
Officials also identified the 10 victims in the shooting, who were ages 20 to 65.
“White supremacists appear to be more emboldened than ever, and the election year, the pandemic and other factors may have provided these extremists with additional encouragement.”
An American Who Fought With Extremists In Ukraine Will Be Extradited To Face Double Murder Charges In Florida
Craig Lang, who was once a US soldier, allegedly killed a couple as part of a bizarre and bloody plan to fund adventures fighting abroad.
The move comes after members of the Proud Boys were found to have played integral roles in the US Capitol insurrection last month.
“Information suggests that some ideologically-motivated violent extremists...could continue to mobilize to incite or commit violence,” according to the Department of Homeland Security.
"We almost felt a duty to come down here to say this is how we do this peacefully.”
“It’s a ghost town."
On secret communication channels and open message boards, white supremacists are rejoicing at what President Donald Trump unleashed — and planning their next moves.
A Disgruntled Employee Changed The State Department’s Website To Say That Trump’s Term Ends Today, Sources Say
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is launching an investigation after biographical pages for the president and vice president were changed on Monday.
At least one laptop believed to contain sensitive information was among the items stolen from Congress.
Germany’s foreign minister said that “the enemies of democracy will be thrilled” by the scenes unfolding on Capitol Hill.
Two are fairly standard sit-down TV interviews with news anchors. One is a conversation with Grover from Sesame Street.
Ukraine’s Azov movement, which the State Department calls a “nationalist hate group,” is running ads, organizing violence, and exporting its far-right ideas.
Mike Pompeo Loves To Preach About Peaceful Transitions Of Power — When It’s Happening In Other Countries
The secretary of state’s remarks about “a smooth transition to a second Trump administration” sparked criticism from current and former diplomats.
“It’s like waking from a nightmare,” said Ukrainian anti-corruption activist Daria Kaleniuk.
European Officials Are Criticizing Trump For Prematurely Claiming Victory And Spreading Misinformation
German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer called the US election “a very explosive situation” and warned of the possibility of a “constitutional crisis.”