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Who Gets the Banhammer Now?

By John Herrman

In a single week, some of the internet’s biggest platforms banned users and groups they had tolerated for years. What changed?

Who Gets the Banhammer Now?

By John Herrman

In a single week, some of the internet’s biggest platforms banned users and groups they had tolerated for years. What changed?

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Drivers Are Hitting Protesters as Memes of Car Attacks Spread

By Neil MacFarquhar

In recent days, one person was killed in Seattle and two people were injured in Bloomington, Ind. Dozens of similar incidents have occurred across the United States.

Hong Kong Security Law Redraws Lines, Making Some Ideas Dangerous

By Vivian Wang, Elaine Yu and Tiffany May

In a city where China has made some ideas suddenly dangerous, people are trying to figure out where the boundaries lie, and how their lives have changed.

Germany Disbands Special Forces Group Tainted by Far-Right Extremists

By Katrin Bennhold

For years, far-right extremists were tolerated inside Germany’s most elite military unit. An underground bunker of explosives has woken the authorities to an alarming problem.

As China Strengthens Grip on Hong Kong, Taiwan Sees a Threat

By Javier C. HernΓ‘ndez and Steven Lee Myers

The sweeping new security law in Hong Kong has further eroded what little support there was in Taiwan for unifying with the mainland.

China's National Security Law for Hong Kong, Explained

By Javier C. HernΓ‘ndez

The legislation grants Beijing broad powers to crack down on a variety of political crimes, including meting out life imprisonment for “grave” offenses. But the law is rife with ambiguities.

Facebook Bans Network With β€˜Boogaloo’ Ties

By Davey Alba

The social network said it was designating the antigovernment movement as a dangerous organization.

Facebook Bans Network With β€˜Boogaloo’ Ties

By Davey Alba

The social network said it was designating the antigovernment movement as a dangerous organization.

Boogaloo Extremists Took the Hawaiian Shirt. What Now?

By Nathan Taylor Pemberton

Worn by extremists toting assault rifles, the shirt has gone from dad symbol to battle flag.

Kosovo’s President, Hashim Thaci, Is Indicted for Role in Serbia War

By Gerry Mullany

Mr. Thaci, who is scheduled to visit the White House on Saturday, was charged alongside nine others with crimes against humanity over actions during the 1998-99 war with Serbia.

How False Antifa Protest Rumors Spread

By Davey Alba and Ben Decker

Claims about the involvement of anti-fascist activists in protests of racism show the many ways false information spreads inside communities online.

U.S. Army Soldier Charged in Neo-Nazi Plot to Attack Fellow Troops

By Alan Feuer

The soldier, an Army private, confessed that he hoped to cause “the deaths of as many of his fellow service members as possible,” federal prosecutors said.

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