One of the most confounding stories in North Dakota is starting to gain national notoriety. Craig Cobb, a known white supremacist wanted for hate crimes in Canada, moved to the tiny town of Leith, ND in the hopes of creating a white nationalist community. Since the Bismarck Tribune broke the story in August, there have been protests and building moratoriums in an attempt to keep Cobb's plan from materializing.

In a recent appearance on a nationally-syndicated talk show, Cobb explained his decision to move to Leith, the rural town with a population of 19.