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Three men charged in shooting after alt-right speech

Three white supremacists have been charged with attempted homicide after they argued with a group of people protesting a white nationalist's speech in Florida and fired a shot at them, police allege.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

White supremacists march again in Charlottesville, but turnout is small

White supremacists carrying Tiki torches rallied again on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, but in numbers far smaller than during the turbulent August demonstration that left a young..

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News video: Top Prosecutor Ready For White Supremacists

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A violent clash could be imminent. That has been the word as two White Lives Matter rallies come to Middle Tennessee next week Now in an exclusive interview, top prosecutor, District Attorney..
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News video: 'We Don't Want Your Nazi Hate.' Protesters Drown Out Richard Spencer's University of Florida Speech

'We Don't Want Your Nazi Hate.' Protesters Drown Out Richard Spencer's University of Florida Speech 00:41

White nationalist Richard Spencer's speech at the University of Florida on Thursday was disrupted by dozens of protesters with raised fists who booed and chanted, "Go home, Spencer."
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News video: University of Florida President: Don't Follow White Supremacists' Game Plan

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The University of Florida’s president, Kent Fuchs, urged the campus community not to “follow the game plan” of white supremacists, as white nationalist Richard Spencer was about to..
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News video: Florida College Prepares For Protests Over White Nationalist Speaker

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The University of Florida's campus was filled with hundreds of police officers wearing bulletproof vests on Thursday to prepare for protests over a speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer...
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News video: FL Brewery Offers Free Beer For Tossing Tickets to See White Nationalist Richard Spencer

FL Brewery Offers Free Beer For Tossing Tickets to See White Nationalist Richard Spencer 01:16

A Florida brewery is giving away free beer to people who give up their tickets to see white nationalist leader Richard Spencer. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) has the story.
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White supremacists return to rally scene

Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer has urged a small group of white supremacists who returned to his town to go home, saying they are not welcome.

Trump signs resolution condemning white supremacists

Donald Trump on Thursday signed into law a Congressional resolution condemning white supremacists and other hate groups, the White House said, after a maneuver by lawmakers left him little choice but..

Trump renews talk of 'bad dudes'

Donald Trump has reiterated that he thought some of the Charlottesville protesters who opposed the white supremacists were 'bad dudes'.

Superman saves immigrants from white supremacists in new comic

Superman is no longer just foiling planet-destroying extra-terrestrials or billionaire evil geniuses, but also protecting hard-working immigrants from white supremacist bullies.

US Treasury chief defends Trump after criticism by classmates

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Saturday defended President Donald Trump's response to bloodshed following a rally of white supremacists and neo-Nazis, rejecting calls from former Yale..

Are Confederate monuments important works of art?

Confederate monuments of Civil War figures, who fought against the Union Army in an attempt to preserve slavery, have become central to the debate surrounding white supremacists and America's past.

White supremacists target Mandurah with racist graffiti

'I was saddened and disappointed to hear about this act of racist graffiti,' City of Mandurah chief Mark Newman said
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Squeezed out by Silicon Valley, the far right is creating its own corporate world

White supremacists are being kicked off various online service providers, but increasingly, the group's solution is to provide its own.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Internet firms exile white supremacists

Long reluctant to police hate speech, tech companies such as Google and Facebook are cracking down on white supremacists following the violence in Virginia.

Charlottesville schools, parents address children's fears after violence

When white supremacists began rallying in downtown Charlottesville this weekend, Liz Licht kept the TV off, trying to shield her three kids from the hate spewed on the streets of this normally quiet..

Trump condemns 'evil' racism, KKK and neo-Nazi 'thugs'

US President Donald Trump, under pressure to explicitly condemn a weekend rally by white supremacists that ended in bloodshed, on Monday denounced racism and slammed the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis as..

Trump bows to pressure to condemn white supremacists, KKK, in Charlottesville

"Racism is evil," Mr Trump said in a new statement on the violent rally on Monday.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Merck CEO resigns from Trump council

The CEO of Merck & Co has resigned from a business council set up by Donald Trump after the US president failed to condemn violence by white supremacists.

White House defends Trump's response to Virginia violence

The White House on Sunday struggled to defuse the growing criticism of President Donald Trump's initial failure to explicitly condemn white supremacists for their role in the violent protest Saturday..

Virginia Governor to neo-Nazis: 'There is no place for you here'

The governor of Virginia has delivered a strongly-worded speech in which he condemns white supremacists in the wake of the Charlottesville protest.

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