Teddy Joseph Von Nukem, a participant in the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, died by suicide ahead of a drug trafficking trial. Video shows he was involved in the brutal beating of a Black man during the deadly rally.
A look back at the "Unite The Right" rally.
Charlottesville City Council came to an agreement to melt down the Robert E. Lee monument and give a local African-American history museum the task of creating something more reflective of the city’s diversity with its remains.
Harry Griffin, a 25-year-old councilmember, voiced support for white nationalists who participated in an alt-right rally on Saturday aimed at "taking back the city."
The white nationalist who killed a woman after he drove his car into a group of people peacefully protesting Nazis marching was on Friday found guilty of murder.
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