Charlottesville, Virginia

The president called domestic terrorism “the most lethal terrorist threat to our homeland in recent years.”
The removal of the Confederate monument in Charlottesville, Virginia, follows years of contention, community anguish and litigation.
The development comes more than five years after a 2016 removal push focused on the Lee statue.
But the former vice president kept quiet in the moment when National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn criticized Trump, according to a Wall Street Journal reporter.
The convictions of white supremacists Michael Miselis and Benjamin Daley stand.
Members of the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers are facing a major fallout in the wake of the January 6 riot.
A rare example of the military taking proactive steps to keep an extremist — the man in a viral photo from the deadly 2017 white supremacist rally — out of its ranks.
No state removed more Confederate memorials in 2020 than Virginia, but Snyder, a GOP gubernatorial hopeful, says those efforts are tantamount to erasing history.
Virginia’s highest court ruled Thursday that the city can take down two statues of Confederate generals, including one of Robert E. Lee.
“We witnessed an assault on America’s democracy," the vice president-elect said.