The lawsuit, filed by the Center for Immigration Studies -- which the Southern Poverty Law Center deems a hate group -- was tossed by a federal judge.
Politicians and civil rights groups praised the policy change but some questioned whether the social media giant had gone far enough.
"We meant no disrespect but had to take a stand against the negative things that went on," said guard Breein Tyree.
The Facebook account for a Virginia police sergeant shows connections to a "neo-Volkisch" white nationalist group.
The neo-fascist group's members were involved in an assault on protesters in New York this month.
"We will work together as one. We will defeat hate with love," Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said after the shooting at the city's Tree of Life synagogue.
The announcement comes months after HuffPost first reported that an anti-Muslim hate group was holding its annual conference at a Hyatt hotel.
The account celebrated fascism, supported other neo-Nazi brands and took clothing orders.
Hyatt said it would be unlawful to cancel on hate group Act for America. But Muslim Advocates said that's untrue.
Union workers vowed not to support "hate group" accommodation for those attending the upcoming rally.
It's the largest single-year increase ever recorded by the Anti-Defamation League.
Members of the hate group Atomwaffen have been linked to five killings in recent months.
Right-wing groups feel emboldened by Trump's tweets, according to the group.
Anti-LGBT right continues its narrative of homophobia in the name of God.
An extremist group of white, presumably Christian men in Texas are training against a non-existent Islamic "uprising" by dipping their bullets in pig's blood and bacon grease to target Muslims. The fact that consumption of pork is forbidden in Islam is well-known.
Several Klan members were arrested this weekend after stabbing three people who were protesting their rally.