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Dr. Daniel Kammen left his position as science envoy after the president’s remarks on Charlottesville — which also impacted him on a personal level.
The alarming spike in hate incidents mostly occurred in K-12 schools, and the most were anti-immigrant.
Between November 9 and 14 the Southern Poverty Law Center recorded record numbers of intimidation and harassment incidents. Many have occurred in schools.
Only one candidate directly addressed the coalition of Black, Latino and white citizens who elected Barack Obama twice — Donald Trump.
Five women are now on the record describing unwanted sexual advances from Trump, confirming his boasts of entitlement to do so.
Fellow Republicans have called on Dan Johnson to drop out of the race after numerous racially charged Facebook posts — but he vowed to "make Kentucky great again."
"He's talking about women as if they don't have a right to consent to the way someone touches them. This is how sexual violence becomes accepted in our culture."
"He is just so thoroughly, completely uninformed," said Vice President Joe Biden of Trump and his latest remarks.
Numbers echo the proven narrative that Trump supporters are in favor of white men maintaining societal influence and power.
"Mr. Trump is welcome to come to the museum, just as everyone else," co-founder Earl Jones said. "But he's not gonna receive any special treatment."
"He has had no experience with policing, no experience with public safety," Bill de Blasio said of the Republican presidential nominee.
A meme on Donald Trump Jr.’s Twitter account has numerous racist origins — including an anti-Semitic children’s book published in 1938.
The GOP nominee says profiling and limiting immigration will stop terrorism, while Hillary Clinton aims to cut off propaganda and recruiting efforts online.
Flint Mayor Karen Weaver said that Flint is focused on recovering, "not photo ops."
The GOP vice presidential nominee says he doesn’t want to be uncivil.
A history of pay to play: Trump donated to Bondi on numerous occasions and held fundraisers for her around the time she dropped investigations against his fraudulent Trump University.
Trump's most recent hardline approach to immigration was too much for some of his Hispanic supporters and advisors.
Race — always a subtext in American politics — has moved center stage in this year’s presidential campaign. Commentary by Jesse Jackson.
AP investigation finds messages that “were overtly racially charged, supportive of violent actions, or broadly hostile to Muslims.”
Mayor of Huachuca City, Arizona, outraged by Border Mayors Association event invitation written in English and "Spanish/Mexican."
Vice President Biden: "...a recipe for playing into the hands of terrorists and their propaganda.”
The head of the American Nazi Party says Trump’s “campaign statements, if nothing else, have SHOWN that ‘our views’ are NOT so ‘unpopular.’”