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Between 2012 and 2016, white nationalists on Twitter saw a 600% increase in Twitter followers.

Membership in white nationalist groups is not limited to the attempted violent overthrow of the government, and poses an ongoing threat as seen in massacres carried out by young men radicalized by this movement. Read more»

Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger testifies before the Senate Rules and Administration Committee about reforms to the force on Jan. 5, 2022.

One day ahead of the Jan. 6 anniversary, Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger detailed in testimony before the Senate how his department has worked to prevent the communication pitfalls and internal deficiencies that failed to stop last year's violent attack. Read more»

Workers with the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office unload some of the 2.1 million ballots that were returned Thursday after being in the custody for the last six months of Cyber Ninjas and other firms hired by state Senate Republicans to audit the county’s November election results. Critics have called the effort a sham, and say the private groups funding the effort further cloud the work.

Cyber Ninjas, hired by Arizona Senate President Karen Fann to 'audit' Maricopa County’s 2020 elections, said this week that its work was funded by $5.7 million in donations from conservative groups, a revelation that raised as many questions as it answered for critics. Read more» 2

Films questioning mainstream medicine have raked in millions, and many now preach against the coronavirus shots.

As health officials continue the campaign to vaccinate Americans against COVID-19, influencers are making millions by dealing doubt about the coronavirus vaccines while selling books, dietary supplements, essential oils and other unproven treatments. Read more»