Attorney General Steve Marshall said in a statement that the move violated a new law that prohibits local officials from removing historical structures, including Confederate monuments, that are more than 40 years old.
President Trump's ricocheting response to the violent Charlottesville confrontation spread a political firestorm as more CEOs quit the president's advisory councils and lawmakers spoke out. Meanwhile, hundreds of people gathered to remember Heather Heyer, who was killed as she protested…
President Trump made a series of statements at Trump Tower about the participants in the deadly weekend protests in Charlottesville. The NewsHour's P.J. Tobia, who was at the protests, offers a fact check on the president's account.
As politicians and influential business leaders weigh in on President Trump’s comments on Charlottesville, how is the American public responding? Political correspondent Lisa Desjardins joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss a new PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll about the clashes and the president’s…
By Joshua Barajas
An image that appeared to capture a member of an anti-fascist group beating a U.S. police officer with a club during a “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is fake.
By Elizabeth Flock
The phrase "alt-left" originated on a conspiracy theory-pushing website. How did it make its way into President Trump's remarks on Charlottesville?…
By Associated Press
Is it really so far-fetched to put Robert E. Lee in the same category as George Washington, as President Donald Trump suggested Tuesday? Many historians say yes.
Most Americans do not think President Donald Trump's response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia was strong enough and consider the automobile attack that occurred there to be an act of domestic terrorism, according to a new poll from the…
By Associated Press
Vice President Mike Pence is skirting questions about President Donald Trump's Tuesday press conference. But he says he stands with the president.
By Julie Pace and Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
President Donald Trump says he's ending a pair of White House advisory councils that were staffed by corporate chief executives.
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