Dallas Stripper, White Supremacist Gang Member Convicted Of Obstruction of JusticeA 28-year-old male stripper from Dallas was convicted of federal violations following a five-day trial.
Former Texas Neo-Nazi Leader John Denton Arrested For Making Phony Bomb ThreatsA former neo-Nazi leader in Texas has been arrested and charged with making a series of phony bomb threats in Virginia.
Group Schedules Town Hall Meetings Across Texas To Condemn White SupremacyLatino Victory Project leader Mayra Macias and former Arizona lawmaker Gabby Giffords will tour cities across Texas to condemn white supremacy and gun violence against Latinos.
Facebook And Google Before Congress Today Over White NationalismRepresentatives from Facebook and Google are headed to Capitol Hill to face questions from lawmakers about what they're doing to police hate speech on their platforms.
Oklahoma Indicts 18 Members Of A White Supremacist Prison GangEighteen members of a white supremacist prison gang have been charged with racketeering, drug conspiracy and kidnapping that resulted in at least six murders.
House GOP Leader To Take Action Against Steve King's Racial RemarksThe House Republican leader said Sunday he will meet with Rep. Steve King this week to discuss his future and role in the party, promising action following his recent comments in defense of white supremacy.
Colleges See Spike In White Supremacist PropagandaA Jewish civil rights group is reporting a sharp increase in propaganda campaigns by white supremacist groups on U.S. college campuses.
White Supremacist Flyers On Texas Campus For 2nd TimeTexas State University President Denise Trauth says university police found flyers promoting white supremacy on the exterior of university buildings.
U.S. Revokes White Nationalist Group's Tax-Exempt StatusThe U.S. government has revoked the tax-exempt status of a group run by white nationalist Richard Spencer for its failure to file tax returns. The National Policy Institute is no longer a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
White Supremacy Posters Appear At TCUThe posters were hung by a group known as Vanguard America.