Svetlana Tikhanovskaya told BuzzFeed News that Belarusians’ fight for freedom is a microcosm of the “world’s current struggle between autocracy and democracy.”
Two Men Were Charged With Planning An Attack On Democrats To Spark A “Movement” After Trump Lost The Election
Ian Rogers, who was found with more than 40 firearms in his home, and Jarrod Copeland hoped that attacks beginning with the Democratic headquarters in Sacramento would inspire others to overthrow the US government, according to an indictment.
Thomas Robertson, who was released from custody on the condition that he not possess firearms, had an M4 rifle, ammunition, and a partial pipe bomb when authorities searched his home. And he had just ordered 34 more guns online.
Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins said the alleged shooter walked past people who were not Black during his rampage. “They are alive, and these two visible people of color are not,” she emphasized.
Included in the ban is the Three Percenters militant group, whose members have been charged in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
The Biden–Putin Summit Ended Without Major Breakthroughs — And The Russian Leader Relishing The Spotlight
“Putin got exactly what he wanted,” said one Russian journalist.
The president also hopes to streamline information sharing between government and nongovernment entities, including technology companies, to catch extremists before they can act.
A Republican Lawmaker Was Expelled From Oregon’s Legislature For Helping Armed Extremists Breach The State Capitol
Rep. Mike Nearman was kicked out of Oregon’s House of Representatives after a bipartisan vote of 59–1. He was the only no vote.
Feuerkrieg Division, whose previous American members plotted political assassinations and mass-casualty attacks, advocates for a race war and the collapse of modern society.
Seven of the victims — four boys and three girls — were students in eighth grade, according to reports.
The DOJ Will Waive The Death Penalty For The American Who Fought With Extremists In Ukraine And Allegedly Killed A Florida Couple
Waiving the death penalty for Craig Lang could speed up his extradition from Kyiv, where capital punishment has been off the books for 20 years.
An Ex-Blackwater Employee Tied To Erik Prince Provided Security For Rudy Giuliani In Ukraine, Sources Said
The newly surfaced connection between Prince and Giuliani comes as federal authorities are investigating the former New York City mayor’s dealings in Ukraine.
Ukraine’s Former Prosecutor General Said He Was Fired For Not Opening The Biden Probe That Trump Wanted
The transcript of a call between Rudy Giuliani and the Ukrainian president’s top aide published last week by BuzzFeed News has shed new light on the sacking of Rouslan Riaboshapka.
Details Of A Fateful Call Between Rudy Giuliani And The Ukrainians Have Been Secret For Years. Here’s The Full Transcript.
The call, which happened three days before Trump's infamous call with Volodymyr Zelensky, gained renewed relevance after federal authorities raided Giuliani’s home and offices this week.
MAGA and QAnon adherents are “veering very quickly into some of the most intense stuff out there, stuff [that’s been circulating] on hardcore neo-Nazi groups for years,” one expert said.
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.