In nearly 10 years working undercover for the FBI, Joseph Moore helped foil at least two murder plots, according to court records.
"I was younger and did not think about the actions," wrote the 16-year-old contestant, who had advanced to the singing competition's Top 5.
"The Late Show" host loved his quip so much he celebrated it.
Roof, a white supremacist, posed with the flag in photos before killing nine worshippers in a historically Black church.
The application and Confederate flags were seen by a Black prospective homebuyer checking out the cop's residence.
People searching online for violent extremist content in Texas are mostly young, male and neo-Nazi-inclined.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is ignoring calls for his resignation after he admitted to wearing blackface.
The New Hampshire 11th-graders sung lyrics such as "KKK, KKK, let's kill all the blacks" after being assigned to create a jingle based on Reconstruction.
HuffPost speaks with ACLU's former president about what it means to censor hate speech in an era of increasing attacks.
Four men have been charged for rioting at the Unite The Rally in Charlottesville.
"President is being smeared" over his response to counterprotester Heather Heyer's death, the former White House strategist said.
Spike Lee slammed Donald Trump’s response to Charlottesville at the premiere of his film “BlacKkKlansman” at Cannes.
Lisa McNair's sister was killed by the KKK. She recalled how she felt when her sister's killers were brought to justice.
Glenn Cantave explains how his group Movers and Shakers is using cutting-edge technology to revolutionize activism.
Creston, Iowa looks a lot like many small towns in the Midwest. With a population of 7800 it is a pretty average-sized Iowa
President Donald J. Trump still thinks that "both sides" are to blame for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Trump was wrong about the “alt-left,” but most people aren’t quite right either.
Susan Bro, the mother of Heather Heyer, says she refuses to speak to President Trump after his remarks that equated violence from hate groups to counter protestors like Bro's daughter.
President Donald Trump went off on reporters when asked about the KKK rally in Charlottesville, VA
Fox host Eboni K. Williams had some harsh words for Trump after his delayed response to the violence Charlottesville.