The president’s divergent responses to two apparent terror attacks speak volumes about his approach to politics.
A longtime observer of its online haunts argues that the hodgepodge of people united by antagonism to PC culture were irrevocably divided by the deadly violence at last month’s rally.
Condemnation united Iran and Israel—and got the xenophobic National Front in France speaking out against white nationalism.
The return of violent white-supremacist rallies to the city is a special threat to its African American community, but not a new one.
Over and over again, the president has explicitly identified his party with white backlash—just as the most diverse generations in American history are gaining power in the electorate.
Violent extremism—whether in jihadist or white supremacist form—is often driven by the same processes.
Once again, the chief executive chose his own words over the ones that had been prepared for him.
Anti-Semitic logic fueled the violence over the weekend, no matter what the president says.
Several prominent executives have resigned their positions on the president's manufacturing council and issued statements decrying racism.
On Monday, Anthony Scaramucci appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. He was ready to laugh. The host—and the host’s audience—were not.
Neo-Nazis and counter-protesters alike think that local and state police should have done a better job keeping violence from breaking out over the weekend.
Religious communities are grappling with the racism that enabled violent attacks against protesters—including the racism within their ranks.
It is precisely at moments like this that an American president should speak up directly on behalf of the American creed.
The university town was once named “the happiest city in America.” More and more, though, it’s the setting for hatred.
The “Unite the Right” gathering wasn’t a Klan rally at all. It was a pride march.
A photojournalist captures scenes from a Virginia city beset with violence as white nationalists clashed with counter-protesters.
“This is a phenomenal victory.”
Reading between the lines of a denunciation of hatred, bigotry, and violence