The plaintiffs — which include the white nationalist group Identity Evropa and neo-Nazi groups National Socialist Movement and Traditionalist Worker’s Party — say authorities kept them from exercising their First- and 14th-Amendment rights.
The Virginia man hit a Unite the Right marcher on the back of the head during the 2017 rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
In a motions hearing Thursday, a judge said he doesn’t find any “reasonable certainty” he’d be unable to seat an impartial jury when James Alex Fields Jr.’s trial begins on Nov. 26.
The documentary includes firsthand accounts of the violence that occurred on Aug. 11-12, 2017. One woman was killed and dozens more injured when a car plowed into a crowd of people protesting white nationalists.
Metro Board Chairman Jack Evans said he stands by the way the transit agency handled a white nationalist rally earlier this month, which included Metro escorting the white nationalist group to an effectively private car.
The District government says the estimated cost for the police and other city agencies to respond to the white nationalist rally near the White House Sunday is expected to hit nearly $2.6 million.
D.C.’s police chief said that planning allowed law enforcement to effectively separate the roughly two dozen white nationalists from the large crowds of people protesting the “Unite the Right 2” rally Sunday.
The Unite the Right Rally is descending upon D.C. Sunday, a year after white nationalists held a similar event in Charlottesville, Virginia. Watch live coverage of the event in downtown D.C.
A day before white nationalists and counterprotesters face off in front of the White House, a D.C. church answers messages of hate with that of love and mindfulness.
Charlottesville braces for the one-year mark of the deadly clash between white nationalists and counterprotesters, and the city is responding by holding anti-racism events this weekend.
“Unite the Right 2” is set to be held Sunday near the White House. As with last year’s event, a strong counterprotest is expected, and preparations are underway to ensure safety. Here’s what to expect.
After police fielded criticism for failing to contain violence last year, D.C. authorities are prioritizing communication and outreach in an effort to keep the peace amid tensions over “Unite the Right 2” rallies. Meanwhile, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser will be on her way to El Salvador for a prior commitment.
The company is citing its community values as grounds to cut ties with participants of the rallies, which stemmed from a protest last year to protect Confederate statues — which included neo-Nazi groups — but exploded in violence.
D.C. officials have elevated the city’s emergency level ahead of the planned white-nationalist rally this weekend in front of the White House. Police Chief Peter Newsham said the No. 1 goal of law enforcement is to keep rallygoers separated from the expected crowds of counterprotesters to prevent violent clashes.
Alt-right demonstrators and those who plan to protest those demonstrations are getting ready to descend on downtown D.C. this weekend for the Unite The Right 2 rally. Both sides are warning supporters about what they can expect.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.