President Donald Trump has continuously attacked “Antifa,” calling it a terrorist organization. But some say it’s not an organization, but rather it’s a decentralized, anti-fascist, anti-racist ideology.
ISIS has used vehicles to to intimidate, harm and kill for years. The tactic is being adopted by the far-right as well.
Countries closed their borders and failed to help neighbors respond to the pandemic. Amid the squabbling, the far-right threatens democratic principles.
Homophobic Franco nostalgists are using the controversy over Catalonia’s 2017 independence vote to polarize what was once a beacon of tolerance in Europe.
Federal prosecutors asked to detain three members of the violent extremist group The Base, arguing that they had plotted violence to spark a civil war.
The Facebook page nods to right-wing conspiracy theories and features an abundance of pro-Trump messaging.
The president made no mention of the far-right violence encouraged by the Proud Boys, the self-described "western chauvinists" who organized the event.
Jeffrey Clark thought the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter was a "hero." A federal prosecutor said Clark was "a bomb" waiting to explode.
Last year was the fourth-deadliest in the nation for right-wing extremist violence, according to data from the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism.
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.