In a new poll, only about a quarter of Americans say they believe President Trump personally opposes white nationalism.
Many lawmakers are only starting to acknowledge how common domestic terror and white supremacy are in the U.S.
The men had been identified as some of the "most violent" during the deadly white supremacy rally, and had trained to provoke violence.
A new Freedom and Liberation Day recognizing slaves' emancipation in Charlottesville will replace Jefferson's birthday as a city holiday.
Fields is already facing a Virginia life sentence for murder for ramming his car into a crowd at an extremist rally, killing protester Heather Heyer.
James Alex Fields Jr. drove his car into counterprotesters at a 2017 white nationalist rally. An activist was killed and dozens of others were injured.
The statues are protected war memorials, regardless of whether they're seen as symbols of white supremacy, the judge said.
The CNN host shreds Trump's "bogus argument" that the Charlottesville violence was about a statue of Robert E. Lee.
It's the third time this year the president has welcomed star athletes to the White House with greasy grub.
"Does President Trump still think that white nationalism is not a growing threat?" Tapper asked the senior White House adviser.
The president was again "asking us to believe something contrary to what you and I can see with our own eyes and hear with our own ears," said the CNN host.
Susan Bro says she didn't hear from Biden until hours after his 2020 announcement, which mentioned the 2017 violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Trump defended his controversial remarks that there were “very fine people on both sides” of the white nationalist march in Charlottesville.
He claimed his "very fine people on both sides" quote after "Unite the Right" referenced people defending the Robert E. Lee statue there. But the Nazi rally wasn't about Lee.
An earlier bill to honor the fallen U.S. Army captain mistakenly renamed the wrong post office.
Fields, a white nationalist, is charged with intentionally killing Heather Heyer with his car at the "Unite the Right" rally.
The Republican State Leadership Committee has yet to denounce state Rep. Mark Finchem’s comments.
Charlottesville High's Black Student Union has had enough of its city being used as a staging ground for racist violence.
This is the second arrest Friday after multiple online threats against Charlottesville schools.