Congress Asks Game Companies to Address Extremism

A recent report from the Anti-Defamation League about the rise of extremism in online game communities has led several members of Congress to pen a letter to ask top game companies how they are addressing extremism. Photo by David McNew/Getty Images

Michigan Man Pleads Guilty for Death Threats to BLM Supporters

Kenneth Pilon, 61, pleaded guilty in federal district court to two hate crime charges for willfully intimidating and attempting to intimidate citizens from engaging in lawful speech and protests in support of Black Lives Matter. Photo by Katie McTiernan/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Protestors Clash With Antifa in New York City

Police had to step between two groups of people outside of a New York City public library that was hosting a “Drag Queen Story Hour” for children. Photo by Martin Pope/Getty Images

Antifa Members Charged With Domestic Terrorism

Five Antifa activists arrested during a clash with law enforcement at the proposed site of Atlanta’s new public safety academy have been charged with domestic terrorism. Photo by Alexi Rosenfeld/ Getty Images

Aryan Brotherhood Member Faces Federal Gun Charges


Seth Patrick Anderson, aka “Shane Anderson,” of Hinesville, Ga., is awaiting sentencing after he pled guilty to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. photo: Liberty County Sherrif/Screenshot from Georgia Gazette

Four Charged for Conspiring to Support ISIS

Four have been charged for collecting and transferring $35,000 through cryptocurrency and other electronic means to bitcoin wallets and accounts they believed to be funding ISIS.
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