As the organization’s CEO praises Elon Musk and takes a hard line against college student groups, recent employees say the ADL is imperiling its own mission.
Some defendants in a scheme to overturn Michigan’s 2020 presidential election results claim they were acting on Trump’s orders.
The militia leader bonded out of jail on $10,000 this summer. His continued failure to appear in court has earned him another warrant—and a $250,000 bond.
Nine people were convicted or pleaded guilty to plotting to kidnap Michigan’s governor. A state lawmaker just gave an award to their acquitted co-defendants.
A white supremacist group bought up land in rural Maine for a headquarters. Months after their location was revealed, they’ve sold the property.
A new Scholastic policy, meant to protect schools from censorship laws, was criticized as caving to book-banners’ demands.
Ellis, who pleaded guilty on Tuesday to making false statements, has gone from never-Trump, to Trump acolyte, and back again.
Red Guards made a name for itself with provocative protests that targeted other groups on the left. A year after its implosion, ex-members say they were part of a coercive gang.
After Fuentes was seen meeting a Texas conservative mega-donor this month, fallout over neo-Nazi sympathies has roiled young Republicans in the state.