by Sacha Feinman Jul 23, 2015 Updated: Jul 24, 2015
When Dylann Roof shot up a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina last month, he did so under the influence of a variety of hate fueled subcultures he had discovered online.
by Judd Legum Jun 30, 2015
There have been seven black churches on fire since Charleston.
by Judd Legum Jun 24, 2015
A very weird moment.
by Mike Isaacson Jun 24, 2015
The "lone wolf" idea is a strategy coined by white nationalists to adapt their racist insurrection for a new age.
by Josh Israel Jun 24, 2015
Paul quickly moved to donate the contributions he received from Earl Holt III to a fund established to help the victim's families, but refused to give up money from similar donors in the past.
by Judd Legum Jun 18, 2015
Two acts of terrorism. Two very different responses.
by Zack Ford Nov 10, 2014
What's the KKK look like if it doesn't discriminate? One Montana (former?) white supremacist hopes to find out.
by Rebecca Leber Apr 20, 2014
CNN asked marketing experts for their advice how a hate group can improve its image.
by Zack Ford Jan 22, 2014
The conservative group defending Nevada's ban on same-sex marriage is concerned that same-sex couples want to redefine the institution just like white supremacists did.
by Zack Beauchamp Oct 18, 2013
How the South's unique blend of historic racism and conservative religiosity explains the Tea Party -- and why the South may not be exceptional forever.