A member of the Southern Poverty Law Center suggested that a database of extremist tattoos be created as one way to stem the “growing” problem of white supremacy in the military.
U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Hasson was sentenced to 13 years in prison after pleading guilty to illegally possessing guns and opioid painkillers.
A photo of D.C. firefighter recruits making upside-down "OK" hand gestures has triggered internet outrage, and an official investigation.
After Donald Trump Jr. posted photos of an AR-15 to social media, liberal journalists, activists and researchers sounded the "hate symbol" alarm.
Journalist Eric Boehlert argued during an appearance on MSNBC that the media's focus on interviewing white working class voters is "dangerous" and "racist."
MSNBC guest Naveed Jamali said military cadets need to be taught that the OK hand symbol "shouldn't be something that's OK" to display.
Mandy Powers Norrell is facing blowback for accusing Army and Navy personnel of making "white power" signs on television.
News outlets reported that students had apparently made a "white power" hand sign during a pregame broadcast of the Army-Navy game in Philadelphia.
A couple is outraged after a theme park employee made an "OK sign" while posing for a photo with their six-year-old daughter earlier this year.
Leaked FBI documents show that the FBI is more concerned about "black identity extremists" than about the supposed scourge of violent white supremacy.