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Charlottesville, Va. Vice-Mayor Wes Bellamy talks about the white supremacist rally in the city Saturday and the reaction of the black community there.
Aug. 13, 2017
Former White Nationalist Christian Picciolini says he was "lost" and "lonely" when he was recruited into a white supremacist group as a teenager but he now runs a nonprofit that advocates for peace.
Aug. 13, 2017
The White House tweaked its reaction to the events in Charlottesville, saying that the president condemns white supremacists, KKK, neo-nazi and all extremist groups. Trump supporters are reacting.
Aug. 13, 2017
President Trump has threatened to walk away from NAFTA if he can't secure a better deal for the U.S. But former Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez says it would be hard for the U.S. to walk away.
Aug. 13, 2017
Later this week, White House officials begin the process of renegotiating changes and updates to NAFTA, which President Donald Trump has called "the worst deal ever made."
Aug. 13, 2017
In Alabama, voters head to the polls Tuesday in a primary for U.S. Senate. The race is to fill a seat long occupied by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Aug. 13, 2017
Heather Heyer, 32, was a paralegal who was killed when an alleged white supremacist crashed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Va.
Aug. 13, 2017
Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer defends local police, calls protests "terrorism," and blames President Trump for mainstreaming hate.
Aug. 13, 2017
Charlottesville, Va., continues to recover after white supremacists rallied and three people died. NPR has the latest on investigations into the motorist who rammed his car into counter protesters.
Aug. 13, 2017
In Virginia, religious leaders are trying to comfort their congregations and address the complicated racial tensions facing the city.
Aug. 13, 2017
The troops died during combat operations, the military said. The mission against ISIS in the region is investigating the incident, which doesn't appear to have been due to enemy contact.
Aug. 13, 2017
At church services this morning in Charlottesville, Va., congregations addressed the aftermath of violent demonstrations by white supremacists and neo-Nazis and the deaths in their community.
Aug. 13, 2017
The former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said he's very concerned that the hot rhetoric coming out of Pyongyang and Washington could spin "out of control."
Aug. 13, 2017
People across the U.S. wrote NPR with their stories of street harassment, and from Alaska to New York, there were a whole lotta "Hey baby"s and "Hi beautiful"s.
Aug. 13, 2017
The 20-year-old man accused of driving a car into a group of peaceful marchers has been charged with murder and other counts related to the attack.
Aug. 13, 2017
After Arizona banned a Mexican-American studies curriculum in Tucson, Ariz., ethnic studies courses have taken root in districts across the country.
Aug. 13, 2017
Authorities were investigating violence, including the death of a woman who was rammed by a car, following what is believed to have been the largest gathering of white nationalists in a decade.
Aug. 13, 2017
This month, India and Pakistan celebrate 70 years of independence. But the scars of a violent partition linger. An oral history project is racing to collect stories from those who lived through it.
Aug. 13, 2017
"In the winter, the sea attacks us," a fisherman says. "We are afraid the village will sink into the sea." The World Bank says Egypt is among the countries most vulnerable to climate change's effects.
Aug. 13, 2017
One 32-year-old woman died after being struck by a car that plowed into counterprotesters at the white nationalist rally Saturday in Virginia. Later, a police helicopter crashed, killing two troopers.
Aug. 13, 2017

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