Though their stories encourage gawking, at least one throughline sticks after reading Sisters — the ugly deal these women have made with a movement that is ultimately ambivalent toward them.
Extremism monitors say 2019 was the year the country started taking serious measures to address a growing far-right threat.
White nationalism is not limited to the United States' radical, violent fringe groups. There's a long history in mainstream politics of stoking anxiety about America becoming less white.
When the president told several young congresswomen of color to "go back" to where they came from, he borrowed nativist language about as old as the country itself. Here's a little history.
Federal authorities say far-right violence is the deadliest and most active form of domestic extremism. Now, a debate is heating up about how to define a threat the White House barely acknowledges.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are pushing the federal government to detail its plans to fight white supremacy and other far-right extremism. Details are scarce, but here's what we know so far.