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The neo-Nazis were hungry. They had spent the day in a Charlottesville, Virginia, courthouse testifying at the preliminary hearing for a white nationalist jailed for pepper-spraying counterprotesters during August's deadly Unite the Right rally. Now, after the long drive home to Alexandria, Virginia,... [Read More]
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Jacob Goodwin, one of the men charged an apparent attack following the Unite the Right rally, is now sitting in the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail. [Read More]
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Jacob Goodwin, one of the men charged an apparent attack following the Unite the Right rally, is now sitting in the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail. [Read More]
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Four people accused of assaulting the organizer of the Unite the Right rally during a news conference will have to wait until 2018 to have their cases heard. ... [Read More]
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The organizer of the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has lost his verified status on Twitter, along with several other prominent white nationalists and far-right... [Read More]
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The organizer of the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has lost his verified status on Twitter, along with several other prominent white nationalists and far-right conservatives. News outlets report Unite The Right organizer Jason Kessler on Wednesday lost the blue check mark that was bestowed upon him last month,... [Read More]
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Charlottesville City Councilor Bob Fenwick is taking it upon himself to help people understand the events that played out at the Unite the Right rally on August 12 with a website about the day. [Read More]
Twitter has released a new set of rules governing how it goes about awarding its blue "verified" badges to users and has begun stripping the accounts that violate its guidelines after coming under fire last week for giving one to Jason Kessler, the white nationalist who organized the infamous "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. [Read More]
Twitter Inc. removed the blue "verification" check mark from the accounts of a handful of prominent white nationalists and members of the far right, and issued new guidelines after the uproar that followed its decision to verify the organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally that took place in August... [Read More]
After updating the rules of its verification program on Wednesday, Twitter has begun banning and removing verified check marks from white supremacist accounts. For example, white supremacists Richard Spencer and Charlottesville "Unite The Right" protest creator Jason Kessler had their verified statu... [Read More]
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White nationalist Richard Spencer also appeared to have lost his verified checkmark. [Read More]
White supremacist Richard Spencer and Charlottesville "Unite The Right" protest organizer Jason Kessler both lost their verified statuses on Wednesday. [Read More]
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After coming under fire for verifying one of the organizers of the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally, Twitter finally rolled out their solution — un-verifying users they "in no way endorse." Though the new verification rules could come with its' own fallout,... [Read More]
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New information is coming out of the task force looking into how Charlottesville prepared for the infamous Unite the Right rally events on August 12. [Read More]
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A review commissioned by Virginia officials found poor communication between state and local responders during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville led to confusion about the 'rules of engagement' with protesters. [Read More]
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A review of August's Unite the Right Rally shows that the city of Charlottesville make numerous mistakes, but the state isn't "pointing fingers" at the city. [Read More]
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In the days leading up to August 11 and 12, 2017, when white nationalists and white supremacists converged on Charlottesville for the Unite the Right Rally, I was interviewing former... [Read More]
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Joe Biden joined Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" for the first time since December 2016, when he suggested the American people give President Donald Trump an "even shot" after the election. Now, after everything Trump has done in office, Biden has thrown out that recommendation. The former vice president went after POTUS' response to the alt-right-organized rally in Charlottesville in August that left one counter-protester dead. "Charlottesville, for me, was a moment where I thought silence would be complicity," Biden said of the now infamous Unite the Right rally. [Read More]
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The man charged with misdemeanor assault for using a homemade blow torch at the Unite the Right rally has new attorneys. [Read More]
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Corey Alexander Long, a man charged in connection to the violence from August's Unite the Right rally, went back before a Charlottesville judge Monday morning. [Read More]
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