Man Accused of Deadly Charlottesville Car Attack Charged With Federal Hate Crimes 

On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that federal hate crime charges were filed against 21-year-old James Alex Fields Jr., who’s accused of driving his car into a crowd of people protesting the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last year. The car attack during the so-called “Unite the Right”…

White House Calls Trump's Meeting With Sen. Tim Scott a Dialogue on Race Relations, Refers to Him As 'Tom'

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, the single black Republican in the Senate, met with chewed-up action figure Donald Trump on Wednesday. The meeting was for Scott to express his displeasure with Trump’s disgraceful response to Charlottesville—in which Trump failed to condemn neo-Nazis, the KKK, and white supremacists…

Idaho State Rep Calls Conspiracy Theory Claiming BLM Staged Charlottesville Violence 'Plausible'

Idaho State Rep. Bryan Zollinger is trolling the media pretty hard right now with a series of Faacebook posts in which he’s been sharing a ridiculous conspiracy theory that progressive organizations and activists staged the violent rally in Charlottesville in order to undermine the Trump administration.

The Nazis Weren't in Boston Because 'Boston Doesn't Play That Shit'

“We didn’t know the KKK was in Boston!” one woman said excitedly, boarding the bus to the Boston Common around noon today for the protests against last weekend’s violence in Charlottesville. She and her friend had heard that white supremacists were in town, and, like diehard Sox fans, word of the opposition was enough…

Mitt Romney Does the Least He Could Do 

In a statement that has already been characterized as “scathing” and “powerful,” Mitt Romney called on the President to “take remedial action in the extreme” and “acknowledge that he was wrong, apologize” for his Tuesday statements during which Donald Trump said that there was “blame on both sides” for the deadly…