As Proud Boys and counterprotesters clash in New York, the mayor of Portland, Ore., announces belated measures to combat their influence.
At a dinner for conservative Christian pastors, the president urges his supporters to get out the vote this November and warns of violence by opponents if they fail.
Facebook immediately used the precedent it set with far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to switch its sights on the left, temporarily shutting down the Occupy London page and deleting the anti-fascist No Unite the Right account.
Police block off streets and mobilize hundreds of officers one year after white supremacist violence roiled the Virginia city. Some activists fear the heavy police presence could be counterproductive.
Portland police are accused of being heavy-handed against people protesting a rally by extreme-right demonstrators, reportedly injuring some counterprotesters.
Transit agency seeks to head off clashes as the event moves to the nation’s capital from Charlottesville, Va., but critics and union officials are angry at any plan that accommodates white supremacists.
Demonstrators aligned with the right-wing Patriot Prayer and Proud Boys groups clash with self-described anti-fascist protesters in the third such incident in the city this summer.
Since the arrival of alt-right groups on campuses across the country, student activists are turning ad hoc protests into lasting organizations designed to tackle the phenomenon.
Court documents show that investigating officers are working on behalf of racists who attacked anti-fascists at a 2016 Sacramento demonstration, according to The Guardian.