The group, which is a rebrand of a group that attended the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., has created an image of Americana bolstered by racism, antisemitism and neo-fascism.
"This effort to have a mass uprising nationally is something that we should be very concerned about because, again, it's not just a Michigan problem, this is an American problem," Dana Neseel said.
In the midst of nationwide protests, activists have been covering a statute to Gen. Robert E. Lee with graffiti and posing for photos.
White nationalists and other far-right extremists see opportunity for attacks and recruitment in the chaos of the U.S. response to the crisis.
White House adviser Stephen Miller faces growing calls to resign after leaked emails show he promoted the ideas of white nationalists. Critics say this is how fringe ideas move into the mainstream.
Several Democratic candidates have ascribed the label to President Trump, but some who track hate and extremism wonder if that's a good idea.
In 2017, Mike Signer faced a small-town leader's nightmare: a racist rally that spiraled out of control and ended in bloodshed. Two years later, Signer is on a mission of education — and atonement.
Journalist Charles Lane's account is endlessly gripping — and he does an excellent job of placing the operation in historical context, chronicling racism and resentment in the South post-Civil War.
James Jackson admitted he was driven by a plan to murder scores of black men to spark a nationwide race war. It's the state's first conviction of first-degree murder as an act of terrorism.
The long-time Iowa Republican congressman is under fire, once again, for controversial remarks. House Republican leaders are mulling how and whether to punish him for it.