Avowed White Supremacist Gets Life Sentence In Charlottesville Car AttackThe "Unite the Right" rally on Aug. 12, 2017, drew hundreds of white nationalists to Charlottesville to protest the planned removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
Heather Heyer's Mom Visits Charlottesville MemorialNumerous anniversary events took place this weekend in and around Charlottesville against the backdrop of a heavy police presence.
Anti-Racist Protesters Rally In D.C. Ahead Of White Nationalist GatheringThe "Unite the Right 2" rally is being billed as a "white civil rights rally."
Emergency Declared Ahead Of Charlottesville AnniversarySeveral peaceful events are planned in Charlottesville to commemorate last year's event and promote racial healing.
Suspect In Charlottesville Rally Killing Charged With Federal Hate CrimesProsecutors say James Alex Fields killed Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old Charlottesville paralegal, and injured others when he plowed into a crowd demonstrating against the "Unite the Right" rally.
ESPN Broadcaster Robert Lee Taken Off UVA Game Due To NameLee won't work Virginia's season opener after recent violence in Charlottesville.
Durbin Slams Trump's Comments On Charlottesville: "You Can't Finesse This"U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin said President Donald Trump has to stop trying to put white supremacists and those who oppose them on the same level.
Chicago Demonstration Ends At Trump TowerThe anti-racism protest is the second in Chicago since the deadly violence during the "United the Right” rally in Virginia.
Congresswoman Kelly: 'Trump Has Emboldened Racists'Congresswoman Robin Kelly says President Trump needs to look in a mirror when searching for reasons behind the Virginia violence.
Flower Shop Discourages Orders From Racists"For me, it's pretty personal. I am the grandson of Holocaust survivors,” Flowers for Dreams co-founder Steven Dyme says.
Emanuel: Trump 'Failed' After CharlottesvilleMayor Emanuel took President Trump to task for not singling out neo-Nazis in his initial remarks.
Gov. Rauner Changes Course, Calls Virginia Violence Domestic TerrorismGov. Rauner at first would not call the attack in Virginia an act of domestic terrorism.
Senate Responds To Virginia Violence With 'Anti-Hate Group Resolution'The IL. Senate approved a measure calling on police to recognize neo-Nazis and other white supremacist groups as terrorist organizations.
Baffoe: After Charlottesville, NFL Players Standing Up By SittingAn NFL player might not specifically mention a memorial to treasonous men who lost a war defending slavery, but it’s part of standing up by sitting.
Chicago Protests Charlottesville ViolenceA heartbroken crowd gathered outside Trump Tower to denounce the violence in Virginia.