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Austria is about to re-empower a far-right party the US intelligence community doesn’t trust. It’s a sign that European ultra-nationalist ...
Austria is poised to re-form the same coalition government that recently collapsed following a Russian video scandal.
A far-right party just made big gains in eastern Germany days after reports one of its leaders marched with neo-Nazis in 2007
The AfD party made gains in the Brandenburg and Saxony regions in elections Sunday, cementing its strength in the formerly communist east.
Germany’s far-right populist party is poised to surge in the former Communist East 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall
The far-right Alternative for Germany party is expected to dominate in East German elections amid anti-immigrant sentiment and economic woes.
Portland is bracing for possible violence between the far-right and left-wing anti-fascists, known as Antifa, in Saturday clashes.
The FBI has been accused of failing to take white nationalist terror seriously, ignoring warnings as long ago as 2009
As far back as 2009 a terror analyst in a report warned of the threat posed by white nationalist groups, but was ignored amid political controversies.
Trump may replace the US’ top national security official with the head of a far-right think tank critical of ‘radical Islam,’ report...
Fred Fleitz could become Trump's new National Security Director after his relationship with the incumbent, Dan Coats, soured in recent months.
A far-right Austrian politician who received a donation from the Christchurch mosque shooter has been banned from going to the US to marry his YouTube...
Austrian politician Martin Sellner is trying to go to the United States to marry his girlfriend, YouTuber conspiracy theorist Brittany Pettibone.
YouTube all-but bans far-right figure Tommy Robinson by placing a ton of restrictions on his channel
Twitter and Facebook have already banned Tommy Robinson from their platforms.
An Arizona lawmaker said the Charlottesville rally was a ‘deep state’ operation led by ‘Democrat mobs’
Arizona Republican State Rep. Mark Finchem believes the Charlottesville rally wasn't led by white supremacists, but by "Democrat mobs."
Someone claiming to be the New Zealand mosque gunman posted a racist manifesto online before the attack
In the manifesto, the author rails against Muslims and immigrants. He did not give a name, but it was posted from an account named Brenton Tarrant.