The empty core of the Trump mystique
The Supreme Court's rulings on Tuesday aren't certain to be condemned by future generations.
Germany’s risky law for stopping hate speech on Facebook and Twitter
The New York Times's profile of Tony Hovator shows how rhetoric is fascism's real battleground.
After Sunday's elections, a far-right populist party will be in Parliament for the first time since the 1960s.
He and Republicans will protect Trump from censure, hoping national outrage will have fizzled by the time Congress returns to Washington.
The neo-Nazi violence in Charlottesville highlighted the threat against Jews in Trump's America. Why do progressives struggle to recognize that?
By not condemning him directly, they're empowering his neo-Nazi followers.
The white supremacists of the Trump era have no need to don the hood.
The president does not merely "play footsie" with the white supremacists who terrorized Charlottesville. He's the lead proponent of their worldview.
Trump's alt-right speech in Poland redefined the West in nativist terms, eschewing democratic idealism in favor of "blood and soil" nationalism.
How did Donald Trump—a thrice-married, biblically illiterate sexual predator—hijack the religious right?
At the start of the war, Hitler suffered from gas. Soon, he was taking a cocktail of morphine, crystal meth, and laxatives, a new history reveals.
Hatred often hides behind a mask of jokiness.
The alt-right is a loser's poor fantasy of what a radical revolution looks like. I should know.
A Jewish refugee in occupied France, Moritz Scheyer was sheltered by nuns.
Why the magazine is quick to accuse liberals of fascism and Nazism
An etymological mystery