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El Daily Stormer: Neo-Nazi website is now in Spanish, too
A leading neo-Nazi website that routinely rails against Hispanic immigrants is courting new readers with a Spanish-language edition
The woman tracking hate in America
For Heidi Beirich, director of the nation’s premiere hate-monitoring publication, the political ascension of Donald Trump brought with it the rise of some dangerous ideas that she has spent years denouncing. “He sanctioned them. He made them mainstream,” said Beirich. “In fact, Trump is the biggest
'This country was founded on white supremacy'
ABC News' Amna Nawaz speaks with Heidi Beirich of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project on this episode of "Uncomfortable."
New Orleans removes Confederate statues that honor 'Cult of the Lost Cause'
As New Orleans began the process today of removing the remaining Confederate-era monuments in the Louisiana city, officials said they are facing “intimidation, threats and violence” amid their efforts to dismantle the statues that were erected decades after the Civil War to honor the “Cult of the
President Trump holds rally in lieu of attending White House correspondents' dinner
"The View" co-hosts discuss the president's vilification of the news media.
New Orleans is latest place in the South knocking down monuments to the Confederacy
New Orleans has become the latest place in the South to take down monuments or symbols to the Confederacy. Workers early Monday dismantled a 35-foot granite obelisk, the Liberty Place monument, which honored whites who tried to defeat a racially integrated government installed in New Orleans after
Duo gets prison time for racial slurs, death threats at black child's birthday party
A Georgia judge sentenced a couple to prison time today for their involvement in a 2015 incident in which a group they were part of waved Confederate flags, shouted racial slurs and made armed threats, all at adults and children attending a child's party outside of Atlanta. Jose Torres, 26, and
Trump cited in report finding increase in domestic hate groups for 2nd year in a row
A nearly three-fold increase in the number of anti-Muslim hate groups last year contributed to an overall rise in the number of hate groups in the United States for the second year in a row, according the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). The number of anti-Muslim hate groups jumped to 101 last
Out on Patrol With Armed Vigilantes on US-Mexico Border
Tim Foley and his group of volunteers known as the AZBR say they patrol the Arizona border to face-off with Mexican drug cartels.
Out on Patrol With Heavily Armed Civilian Vigilantes on Arizona's Border with Mexico
As President Donald Trump calls for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, a heavily armed group of citizen vigilantes are already carrying out a high-stakes game of cat and mouse there. ABC News "Nightline" was there as Tim “Nailer” Foley was tracking footprints deep in the heart of some of the