James McLeod, aka Roman McClay - the gunman behind the deadly mass shooting in and around Denver - has been described on social media as a "white supremacist" who also harbored hatred toward women. And the folks making these claims came with receipts.
Attorney General Merrick Garland clarifies the U.S. approach to violent white nationalists and far-right extremists, promising to protect civil liberties and civil rights in the process.
Pointing to the availability of federal criminal statutes and other practices, civil rights leaders warn the Biden administration about the potential negative impact on Black and brown communities.
Anthony Quinn Warner, the Nashville Christmas bomber, and Duke Webb, accused Illinois bowling alley murderer, are not being discussed in terms of white domestic terrorism. Why not?
The deadly gun violence has exposed which presidential candidates have thrown their support behind domestic terrorism legislation that has stalled in Congress.
After the mass shootings in Gilroy, El Paso and Dayton, it was becoming increasingly apparent that white domestic terrorism has quickly ascended the ladder of most lethal threats to society.
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