The Supreme Court does its bit to make the earth unlivable.
Charles Bausman, a former financial executive who runs websites that promote far-right views, recorded footage in the Capitol for a Russian television producer. Soon after, he fled to Moscow as a “political refugee.”
Old Glory has become such a strong a feature of Trump rallies that many liberals have all but rejected it.
Cassidy Hutchinson, the former White House aide, testified that the former president directed his chief of staff to reach out to Michael Flynn and Roger Stone, who had ties to the Oath Keepers and the Proud Boys.
It’s all about resentment of what makes America great.
Three posts on Friday night signaled the resurfacing of a figure who used a variety of conspiracy theories to marshal support for Donald J. Trump.
A Times investigation of court documents, text messages and hundreds of videos shows how the Proud Boys coordinated to instigate multiple breaches of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Little is known about how a gallows came to be built near the Capitol, but the motif has become a favorite among right-wing extremists and white supremacists.
As Democratic leaders warn loudly of right-wing threats to democracy, their campaign arms are meddling in Republican primaries, betting they can help pick easier opponents in November.
Even some of the president’s closest allies knew his Big Lie was a lie. But it’s the Jan. 6 congressional committee bringing the truth to light.
The committee’s leaders laid out what they described as an intentional scheme with Donald J. Trump at the center. Videotaped testimony showed that key figures surrounding the president didn’t believe the lie of a stolen election.
The work of Michael Woodley, a Briton who was cited by the teenager who killed 10 Black people at a supermarket in Buffalo, included pseudoscientific theories that have been used to justify racism.
Crime was on voters’ minds in California, and for Republican incumbents in the House, a vote for a bipartisan Jan. 6 inquiry loomed large.
Ross Douthat and Nicole Hemmer debate what narratives will unfold and how dangerous far-right extremism is in the Republican Party.
It’s not hard.
An amended federal indictment charged five members of the far-right group, including Enrique Tarrio, its former leader, with seditious conspiracy for their roles in the Jan. 6 assault.
It was once Jeb Bush’s base of power. But an influx of far-right activists and the radicalization of other members brought turmoil.
Despite some efforts by the largest tech companies to limit the spread of hateful content, it often remains only a click or two away.
America’s leaders are failing in their most basic duty.
A group of Republicans and Democrats have begun an urgent set of talks aimed at reaching an elusive compromise on new gun laws. After a decade of failure, can this time be different?
Permissive guns laws abet domestic and foreign terrorism.
The right’s political strength matters more.
The roster of participants highlights how Mr. Stone, the pro-Trump political operative, was involved with a strikingly large number of people who sought to overturn the 2020 election.
Both sides are moving too hastily to regulate online speech.
The slow return of diversity to an area that brutally drove out its Black residents has been accompanied by a boom that gives the lie to “Great Replacement” conspiracy theories.
Democrats advanced the legislation on a nearly party-line vote, but with Republicans opposed, it faces an uphill battle in the Senate.
Republican politics today rewards acting out, and the soon-to-be ex-congressman from North Carolina made an art of it.
The Republican Party’s strategy to contain populist rebellion didn’t work in Pennsylvania.
Gov. Kathy Hochul issued orders to strengthen the state’s “red-flag” law and create new units to target violent extremism online, following the Buffalo shooting that left 10 dead.
You cannot defend the ideal of E pluribus unum by deleting pluribus.
How replacement theory jeopardizes democracy.
The challenge for a president who came to office preaching unity may be how to take on those preaching hate.
The writer discusses what Hannah Arendt’s “The Origins of Totalitarianism” reveals about the fragility of liberal democracy.
The No. 3 House Republican, who has shifted to the hard right along with her party, has touched on the ideas animating white replacement theory. She is not sorry.
How the paranoid style took over the G.O.P.
The federal data shows a recent spike in assaults, threats and incidents of bias.
New details about the accused gunman’s path and past began to emerge, as Gov. Hochul vowed to act on hate speech.
If Justice Thomas is genuinely concerned about the eroding faith in his own institution, the first thing he can do is look in the mirror.
Two conservative writers discuss Trumpism’s appeal in the Republican Party and what the rise of Senate candidate J.D. Vance can foreshadow for the midterms this fall.
Republican voters in the two states will choose nominees for governor and the House in races that pit Trump-backed candidates against rivals supported by each state’s governor.
Kevin Thompson thought he would lead his hometown church for the rest of his life. Then came Trump and everything after.
Far-right activists are intercepting migrant children and collecting information about their families, based on an unfounded conspiracy theory that they are falling prey to sex-trafficking rings.
Recordings released to defense lawyers directly challenge assertions by prominent Republicans that an Arizona man named Ray Epps was a federal informant and helped start the Capitol riot.
What the leaked draft opinion on abortion rights reveals about the Supreme Court.
As the host turned a civil war at Fox to his advantage, he found himself at the forefront of the nativist forces transforming conservative politics.
A string of setbacks made the pundit flee television, the Republican establishment and even his home. He re-emerged with what may be the most racist, and successful, show in the history of cable news.
A Times examination of the host’s career and singular influence at Fox News shows how his trajectory traces the transformation of American conservatism itself.
The worldwide growth of a social crisis.
New audio recordings reveal Kevin McCarthy worried that comments by his far-right colleagues could incite violence. He said he would try to rein in the lawmakers, but has instead defended them.
The Hungarian leader had cast his own victory as the start of a nationalist wave in Europe — one that Marine Le Pen would have joined. Instead, Mr. Macron’s victory in France is a win for the European Union’s approach.