Extremism

Several members of the right-wing organization have been arrested in connection with the attack on the Capitol.
A new report finds that misogyny is flourishing online and motivating gun violence.
"Facebook cares more about turning a profit by coddling white nationalists, scammers and anti-democratic right-wing figures than protecting Americans’ private data," said Sen. Ron Wyden, who's pushing privacy legislation.
An AP investigation found that despite new Department of Defense guidelines on extremism, racism and discrimination remain an ongoing concern in the military.
A HuffPost investigation shows groups like Guns N’ Bitcoin are using cryptocurrency and popular platforms for extremists to duck federal firearms regulations.
The new guidelines come nearly a year after some current and former service members participated in the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
José Antonio Kast has drawn comparisons to both Donald Trump and Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro. On Sunday, he could become Chile's next president.
Cleveland Grover Meredith Jr. arrived late to the Jan. 6 attack because he had car trouble. He threatened House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
“If the right really cares about free speech they should be out there supporting this penis picture,” one recently suspended comedian told HuffPost.
Far-right users launched a “coordinated and malicious” attack to exploit a new Twitter privacy rule, according to The Washington Post.
The anti-government extremist was sentenced to 40 hours of community service on a trespassing charge after tying himself to a chair at the Idaho Legislature.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection has issued subpoenas to three extremist organizations.
The "Unite the Right" civil trial is highlighting progressive efforts to make positive changes in the Virginia community.
Nine plaintiffs say they are still dealing with the effects of the August 2017 weekend when a mob of racists descended on the University of Virginia's campus.
Matthew Purse was one of the most malevolent characters in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. The horrifying extent of his extremism has gone unreported, until now.
The MSNBC host offered viewers "warm fuzziness" in the form of schadenfreude about the Charlottesville rally organizers.
The historic trial could begin to unravel the motivations of the far-right activists behind the 2017 Charlottesville riot -- and the movement itself.
The misinformation crisis among South Florida’s Hispanic communities is warping some residents’ understanding of reality — and straining family ties as a result.
“I was wondering what was required to become an oath keeper,” one Texas soldier reportedly wrote in an email to the violent extremist group.