The funeral of Heather Heyer will be held Wednesday at the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville and will begin at 11 a.m. EST. Watch the service here.
By Darlene Superville and Sarah Rankin, Associated Press
President Donald Trump has defended his response to Saturday's racially-charged protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, in a winding, combative exchange with reporters that at times mischaracterized the message and purpose of event.
President Trump defended the timing and content of his initial statements on the violence in Charlottesville at an impromptu news conference Tuesday -- seeming to backtrack on remarks he made Monday -- after reportedly being frustrated at the coverage of…
The violent events in Charlottesville, where white supremacist groups came out of the shadows, seem to have brought rising American tensions over race and racism to a head. Hari Sreenivasan gets perspectives from Leonard Pitts Jr. of The Miami Herald,…
By Steve Peoples and Bill Barrow, Associated Press
"We have reached a defining moment," said New Hampshire GOP chair Jennifer Horn. "We, as Republicans, every single one of us, needs to speak up and make it very clear that this is not our party, these are not our…
By Jonathan Lemire, Julie Pace, Associated Press
President Donald Trump says the groups protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, were "also very violent."…
Saturday's violence revived calls to take down monuments to Confederate-era battles and leaders in these cities and states.
By Lisa Desjardins
White supremacists, neo-Nazis and others have protested the removal of Confederate monuments. But the Confederate general Robert E. Lee himself never wanted such monuments built.
During an interview with PBS NewsHour's P.J. Tobia, Matthew Heimbach of the Traditionalist Worker Party, a white nationalist group, reflected whether he regretted a person dying after the automobile attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, and whether he himself feels responsible for…
By Errin Haines, Associated Press
The leaders of four minority House caucus groups have written a letter to President Donald Trump calling for the removal of White House staff aides Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller and Sebastian Gorka.
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