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A prominent neo-Nazi is condemning the recent fatal stabbing of a black man in New York, mainly because he fears it will compromise the public's perception of white supremacists and increase discrimin...
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The attacks injured 560 people, including 43 children, the government says.
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'It is [the president’s] duty to repudiate bias.'
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer dodged a question Tuesday about the rise in American anti-Muslim hate groups, many of which have close ties to high-level officials in the Trump administration,...
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Dylann Roof, the avowed white supremacist who massacred nine black churchgoers at Bible study in 2015, was sentenced to death on Tuesday. The jury deliberated for nearly three hours before announcing...
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Dylann Roof, who was convicted last month of fatally shooting nine black churchgoers in 2015, said during the closing arguments of his trial's sentencing phase on Tuesday that he felt as if he "had to...
"This is not just any opposition party: It is one with Nazi sympathies," a former state department official said.
A jury on Thursday convicted Dylann Roof of slaughtering nine black members of a Charleston, South Carolina, church. He was convicted of 33 federal charges, from hate crimes to the obstruction of the...
“You can’t escape the link between the referendum and a surge in racial incidents,” London Mayor Sadiq Khan says.
Police said offensive leaflets targeting Poles had been distributed in various areas and graffiti had been daubed on a Polish cultural center.