Emails sent to Breitbart editors promoted white nationalism and xenophobia, and bemoaned opposition to Confederate symbols.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s xenophobia is showing yet again. He went on another racist tirade against immigrants and migrants on his show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
White lawmakers, however, acknowledged that people generally assumed they were American.
But he avoided calling the president's attack on four Democratic congresswomen racism.
“If you hate our country, if you’re not happy here, you can leave,” he told reporters.
Fox Pundit Tucker Carlson has once again been accused of racism after claiming that a Muslim congresswoman is proof of the “danger” of immigration.
Labor Party leader Michael Daley’s comments came to light just days before state elections.
The president condemned the mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch — then used language similar to the suspected shooter's to describe immigrants.
The late designer "shouldn’t be posted all over the internet as a saint gone-too-soon," the actress wrote.
Louisville’s Swaminarayan Temple was defaced with black graffiti, including xenophobic and anti-Hindu messages.
After Tucker Carlson said immigrants make the United States “dirtier,” businesses have pulled ads from his show.
The "Late Show" host attacks President Trump's latest attempt at fear-mongering.
Fox News Host Laura Ingraham went on another xenophobic rant against immigrants, and it’s laced with lies and assumptions about Democrats’ midterm goals.
As a boy, Ali Hassan nearly drowned on the trip across the Mediterranean. Now he’s returned to the sea to rescue migrants making the deadly journey in search of a better life.
Fox News host said her controversial comments "had nothing to do with race or ethnicity."
"Go back to your country” was what this woman screamed as she assaulted an elderly Mexican man.
“It actually sounds like you were born out of a f**king hermit crab ... It’s a gross language,” she says in video footage.
“We thought we were going to die," one of the students said.
The Chinese Exclusion Act barely gets mentioned in U.S. history classes. A new PBS documentary from directors Ric Burns and Li-Shin Yu could change that.
A case of road rage in Texas quickly escalated into a hateful and xenophobic diatribe.