Ku Klux Klan News
Impeach Trump? House Dem offers resolution, sets it aside
A House Democrat has offered a resolution to impeach President Donald Trump but let it die before action was taken
KKK leader denied bail for firing weapon at Virginia rally
Baltimore Ku Klux Klan leader charged with firing a pistol during a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesvile has been denied bond despite his claim that he acted in self-defense
KKK leader awaits hearing on Charlottesville gun charge
A Baltimore Ku Klux Klan leader who police say fired a gun during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville is in custody in Virginia awaiting a court appearance this week
Debates, protests increase over universities' slavery ties
The debate over removing Confederate symbols from college campuses has prompted fresh questions about university benefactors whose ties to slavery or white supremacy flew under the radar in decades past
Mother of Claremont boy says son was injured in a 'lynching'
In this industrial hamlet of western New Hampshire, the unthinkable may have been unfolding. While playing just two blocks down from his home, Quincy, who is biracial, was nearly hanged from a tree, by a rope. His mother calls it an attack. “I never would have -- in a million years would have
Mother: Son's near strangling 'attempted murder'
Cassandra Merlin says her biracial son was 8 years old when he suffered severe neck injuries from a tire swing rope and now the New Hampshire state Dept. of Justice is involved.
Chris and Kyle Long: Hate has no place in hometown of Charlottesville
As their hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, reels from a weekend beset by violence stemming from a series of white supremacist rallies, NFL players Chris and Kyle Long said the community will emerge stronger. "Coming from Charlottesville, it's a quiet town. The loudest it gets is on Saturdays
Trump will sign measure condemning Charlottesville violence, white nationalists: White House
The White House signaled that President Donald Trump plans to sign a joint resolution passed by Congress Tuesday condemning white supremacists, neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members in the wake of violence sparked by a white nationalist rally last month in Charlottesville, Virginia. "[The president]
House approves resolution urging Trump to take action against white supremacists
The House on Tuesday unanimously approved a bipartisan joint resolution from Virginia lawmakers condemning the violence in Charlottesville, white nationalists and the Ku Klux Klan.