Unease over violent white nationalist rallies in Charlottesville and President Trump's response loomed in the minds of many Virginia voters during Tuesday's elections.
By Sarah Rankin, Associated Press
The definition of "white" has changed over time, but historians say it has always influenced immigration policy in the United States.
By Kamala Kelkar
Former Vice President Joe Biden has leveled harsh words at President Donald Trump for placing blame on "both sides" for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
By Associated Press
Several people who attended the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville and whose names were published on social media told the NewsHour about their experience.
By Corinne Segal
When confronted with genetic evidence suggesting someone isn't “pure blood,” as white supremacists put it, they do not cast the person out of online communities. They bargain.
After the violent protests in Charlottesville, tech companies are rethinking their roles in providing online services for hateful groups.
Music that promotes white nationalism is still easily available for free on YouTube and SoundCloud and for sale from independent music labels and distribution services.
In light of tensions and violence in Charlottesville, a secessionist and a black nationalist from Charleston, South Carolina, came together to make sure that what happened is not repeated in their hometown. Jonathan Thrower of the Charleston Black Nationalist Movement…
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.
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