In wake of violence at white supremacist rally in Virginia, the rights group revises its policy for protesters who carry weapons.
U.S. society has been moving rightward for decades—and pulling much of Europe with it.
The growing call for illiberal democracies first begins with the popularization and normalization of hate and bigotry.
In the weeks leading up to Charlottesville, the Trump administration often diluted the real threat of violence committed by white supremacists.
Cornel West, the Rev. Traci Blackmon and activist Jalane Schmidt describe their experiences in Charlottesville, Va.
Some of the president's comments mirror rhetoric from the far-right fringe.
The president lays blame on liberal groups in addition to white supremacists for the violence in Charlottesville, Va.
Trump "openly courted and openly activated the forces of white supremacy in this country," the author says.