Just five months after he condoned white supremacy, the congressman got a warm reception at an Iowa GOP event where Donald Trump was speaking.
The Iowa Republican Party got President Trump to headline its fundraiser Tuesday. King, a white supremacy defender, is invited.
The latest setback in a domestic terrorism-related case shows how much tougher it is for the feds to prosecute neo-Nazis than Muslim extremists.
A teacher at a Dallas high school, where 99 percent of the students are nonwhite, allegedly belongs to the white nationalist group Identity Evropa.
The ideas in a treatise by Brenton Tarrant, the alleged gunman responsible for the massacres at two New Zealand mosques, are also circulating on many of the world’s most popular social media platforms.
Three months after a HuffPost report exposed disturbing stories that Alex McNabb told about being an EMT, he has been terminated from his job.
The Fox News host regularly made misogynistic comments during years of appearances on Bubba the Love Sponge's radio show.
The congressman from Iowa quote-tweeted Faith Goldy, a Canadian white nationalist who once recommended a book calling for the "elimination of Jews."
An investigation into Alex McNabb, a co-host of a neo-Nazi podcast, found that he did not discriminate against any patients, a state official told HuffPost.
Prosecutors say Christopher Hasson stockpiled weapons and wrote about creating a white homeland through violence.
The Facebook account for a Virginia police sergeant shows connections to a "neo-Volkisch" white nationalist group.
Citing a HuffPost report, Rep. Tim Ryan warned the committee that King is using "government resources" to "promote and advance white nationalism.”
Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-N.Y.) said King should be expelled not only because he's racist but also because he cannot now adequately represent his constituents.
The FBI says a woman who admired the Columbine shooters wanted to attack a bar, and that a man who pledged support for ISIS wanted to target synagogues.