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Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Charlottesville one year after the deadly Unite the Right rally — here’s how the day unfolded
One year after a white-supremacist rally turned violent, ultimately killing Heather Heyer, a Charlottesville local, people gathered to memorialize the one-year anniversary.
Deandre Harris, who was brutally assaulted by a group of white supremacists in Charlottesville two months ago, is now himself facing a felony charge.
A small group of white nationalists led by Richard Spencer marched through the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville on Saturday evening.
Former neo-Nazi: Here’s why there’s no real difference between ‘alt-right,’ ‘white nationalism,’ and ‘white ...
A former white supremacist named Christian Picciolini says not to listen to how the white nationalist leader Richard Spencer or others describe themselves.
Trump and the right’s post-Charlottesville bogeyman is antifa, a movement with a complicated history
Antifa activists were among the many counterprotesters who mobilized in Charlottesville, Virginia, to oppose a white nationalist rally.
Photos show thousands of counterprotesters descending on Boston to drown out a right-wing ‘free speech’ rally
Roughly 40,000 people descended on Boston Common on Saturday to protest a controversial right-wing "free speech" rally that had been planned.
Trump labels Boston protesters ‘anti-police agitators,’ then praises them for ‘speaking out against bigotry and hate’
Trump followed up shortly afterward by tweeting "sometimes you need protest in order to heal, & we will heal, & be stronger than ever before!"
The cover comes in the wake of last weekend's chaotic white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, at which 32-year-old Heather Heyer was killed.
The chilling worldview of a white supremacist who helped lead the Charlottesville rally shows why so many people are furious with Trump
Christopher Cantwell gave Vice News an in-depth description of his white-supremacist beliefs and his movement's goals in the Charlottesville, Virginia, rally.
People who donate to white supremacist groups can get a tax break because the IRS considers many of them ‘educational’
Some experts believe the IRS definition of "educational" activities should be limited to exclude advocacy groups.