A Confederate monument in Arizona dedicated to the first and only president of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis, was recently tarred and feathered.
A Phoenix woman was left shaken after her neighbor’s dog showed up on her doorstep with a swastika painted on its head.
A Tennessee teenager is apologizing after painting a racial slur on two cars, including one vehicle belonging to a local pastor, insisting that “it wasn’t supposed to be racist.”
Susan Bro, the mother of Heather Heyer, who was killed while protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., told Good Morning America that she has no interest in speaking to President Donald Trump since Trump’s comments comparing anti-racism activists to the Ku Klux Klan and the like.
Looks like in spite of everything that’s happened in Charlottesville, Va., the Ku Klux Klan is still out here attempting to indoctrinate people to its cause.
Officials in Lexington, Ky., have cast their vote on the push to relocate two Confederate statues from outside a former courthouse that is being converted into a visitors center.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage continues to prove that he has indeed lost his damn mind, comparing the removal of Confederate monuments to removing a monument to those who died in the 9/11 attacks.
While states across the nation are trying to figure out how to get rid of the second-place trophies of traitors, the Alabama Attorney General’s Office has apparently deemed it a good idea to file a lawsuit against the city of Birmingham and its mayor, William Bell, for allegedly violating state law by covering a…
These Nazis are gonna learn that they’re being shut off from decent society, and they will have a very hard time finding people who support their dumb rhetoric online. They also won’t be able to fund their harmful causes or listen to their shitty music.
The University of Florida is the latest institution to tell white supremacists to take that shit elsewhere, denying a request by a group led by white nationalist Richard Spencer to rent space on campus for an event in September.
Two Ku Klux Klan members who also somehow managed to serve as correctional officers for the Florida Department of Corrections were both convicted in a plot to kill a black inmate upon the man’s release, Attorney General Pam Bondi announced Tuesday.
Baltimore took quick action after showing its hand, removing Confederate statues across the city in the early-morning hours of Wednesday, just one day after voting on the issue.
A former South Carolina state trooper will serve about five years in prison for shooting and injuring an unarmed black motorist during a 2014 traffic stop.
A Georgia judge was temporarily kicked off the bench after he compared anti-racist and anti-Confederate protesters to the Islamic State group, often referred to as ISIS, in comments on Facebook over the weekend.
A New York City high school football player is facing charges of manslaughter for choking his mom’s ex-boyfriend to death after he reportedly witnessed the man attacking her in their apartment early Monday.
The family of Terrill Thomas, an inmate who died of dehydration while in custody at the Milwaukee County Jail in 2016, has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit naming the county, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. and more than 20 others as defendants in the case.
Another day, another video of police terrorizing and brutally beating up a black man for apparently no reason, raising questions and general community outrage about the use of force.
It seems as if Texas A&M University has found a loophole around First Amendment issues, with officials announcing Monday that they have canceled a planned white supremacist rally meant to be hosted on campus, citing student safety.
Authorities arrested an Oklahoma man Saturday morning for allegedly plotting to detonate a vehicle bomb in downtown Oklahoma City.
It’s too little a little too late, but y’all’s president finally managed to take some time from golfing and tweeting about everything but Charlottesville, Va., to explicitly denounce white supremacists.