US politician Paul Nehlen's racist tweets at Meghan Markle see his account permanently suspended by Twitter
Paul Nehlen, who is running in the upcoming midterm elections in Wisconsin, has been banned from Twitter after his comments against Meghan Markle.
White nationalists return to Charlottesville, gather near Robert E Lee's statue for torch-lit protest
White nationalists briefly rallied on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, where violent clashes in August led to the death of a woman who was run down by a car.
Social media platform Gab.ai, sues Google for anti-trust violation on the grounds of rejecting its app
Gab had attracted a number of controversial "alt-right" figures such as Internet troll Milo Yiannopoulos and neo-Nazi Daily Stormer editor Andrew Anglin.
National Action, a British far-right group, was banned last year by UK home secretary Amber Rudd.
A US government science envoy on Wednesday became the latest official to resign over refusal of Donald Trump to condemn neo-Nazis
Days after Charlottesville violence, Donald Trump urges 'love for all'; says US should not be at war with itself
US president Donald Trump urged Americans of all backgrounds to unite on Monday after his response to racially-fraught protests drew widespread criticism.
39 people detained in Berlin following neo-Nazi march to mark 30th anniversary of Rudolf Hess' death
Berlin police say 39 people were detained in connection with a far-right march commemorating the 30th anniversary of the death of high-ranking Nazi official Rudolf Hess.
The power of social media is known no better than Donald Trump. His tweets are known to wipe off billions of dollars of net worth for American companies
White supremacist site Daily Stormer is once again homeless as its Russian domain registrar has also banned the site.
Charlottesville violence: Germany's foreign minister says Donald Trump's far-right defence is 'a huge mistake'
Germany's foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel said Donald Trump had made "a huge mistake" by failing to clearly condemn the white supremacist rally at Charlottesville
The United States' top general condemned "racism and bigotry", joining other military leaders in their denunciation of deadly violence in Charlottesville.
Charlottesville aftermath: Internet firms Facebook, CloudFlare, Spotify and others take steps to stop white supremacy online
But most internet companies have traditionally tried to steer clear of making judgements about content except in cases of illegal activity.
The Daily Stormer post in question denigrated Heather Heyer, 32, who was fatally struck by a car allegedly driven by a man with white nationalist views.
Protesters decrying hatred and racism converged around the country on Sunday, saying they felt compelled to counteract the white supremacist rally.
The White House scrambled on Sunday to elaborate on President Donald Trump's response to deadly, race-fuelled clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia.
An owl, a mosquito, a rabbit with its tongue sticking out, watch how Berlin activists are turning Nazi hate graffiti into art
As authorities report a sharp rise in far-right activity in Germany, including the rampant spread of anti-migrant propaganda, the #PaintBack initiative in Berlin is fighting back.
A young man who was once a white supremacist but recently converted to Islam allegedly killed two of his roommates over their neo-Nazi views and disrespect for his new faith, according to police.
The alleged killer of British lawmaker Jo Cox was a "dedicated supporter" of a neo-Nazi group based in the United States, a civil rights group reported Thursday.
In response to a request by German authorities, Twitter on Thursday blocked messages in Germany posted by a right-wing group banned by local police.