The case of Donald Trump and white supremacist violence

The alt-Right comes to Washington: A new generation of nationalists sees a chance to ride Donald Trump’s coattails into the capital — but first they need to do some serious re-branding. This alt-Right investigations site may have ties to the Trump administration: Meet WeSearchr, the crowd-funded site trying to get to the bottom of the Richard Spencer punch and Pizzagate. The weakening of the “alt-Right”: How infighting and doxxing are taking a toll. The FBI has quietly investigated white supremacist infiltration of law enforcement: Bureau policies have been crafted to take into account the active presence of domestic extremists in U.S. police departments.

Trump wants less scrutiny on violent white supremacists: Instead, the exclusive focus of a Homeland Security program would be Islamic extremism. Trump’s silence on white supremacist terror is political correctness run amok: In the case of Donald Trump and white supremacist violence, the president’s reluctance to name the threat really does reflect a disinterest in combatting it. Steve Bannon is turning Trump into an ethno-nationalist ideologue: The top adviser is providing a coherent political philosophy for the president's scattered ideas. Is Steve Bannon the second most powerful man in the world? Steve Bannon’s first major play is shaping up as a full-blown fiasco. Is Steve Bannon’s role on the National Security Council actually unprecedented?