Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a crackdown on harmful online material after 51 people were killed earlier this year at two New Zealand mosques.
Another man was arrested for planning to attack a Memphis church. These are the latest potential mass shootings to be preempted by law enforcement.
Many had feared the rally in Portland would be the most violent fascist rally of the Trump era.
The committee issued the bipartisan subpoena Wednesday calling for Watkins to testify Sept. 5 on what he's doing to combat the forum's rampant extremism.
The Democratic presidential hopeful called on Republicans to stop ignoring hateful rhetoric from President Trump and right-wing media outlets.
After HuffPost Investigation, 4 White Nationalists Out Of U.S. Military -- But Others Allowed To Remain
And others are still under investigation.
Conspiracy theorists have capitalized on YouTube’s change to its algorithm by using it to rally their bases for grassroots promotion.
Jeffrey Clark, who said the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims "deserved" it, has been in custody since his November arrest.
It's not a surprise a conservative writer was bloodied in a street brawl in Portland ― far-right extremists have been freely hosting skirmishes there for years.
The lawmakers haven't accepted a militia's offer of defense from state troopers sent to look for them. But the specter of violence remains.
The credit card giant has spent months trying to block the creation of a committee to oversee white nationalists using its services.
The Marines and the Army National Guard took different approaches to extremists.
In a powerful testimony made by the brother of one of the victims, he held the media accountable for initially covering the murders as a parking dispute.
An anonymous bitcoin wallet moving millions of dollars in cryptocurrency, according to one security researcher.
The Iowa Republican Party got President Trump to headline its fundraiser Tuesday. King, a white supremacy defender, is invited.
Extremism experts and researchers want the platform to preserve neo-Nazi and far-right videos to better understand what's driving online hate.
The extremist gang claims it’s just a pro-Trump “drinking club.” But chat logs leaked to HuffPost reveal they plan weaponry and tactics months ahead.