"The population of birds is simply staggering."
American racism may never die, but as of Aug. 12, 2018, the alt-right and its goony tactics seemed to be waning like the white side of the moon.
While hundreds of people were out on the streets of the nation's capital on Sunday, some reporters estimated that only 20 white nationalists were among them.
“They use things like this divisive racial fight which ignores the commonalities we have as Americans, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion,” Rep. Thomas Garrett said.
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman asked Trump, “Do you feel betrayed by Omarosa, sir?” The president responded, “Lowlife. She’s a lowlife.”
Twitter Suspended Proud Boys’ And Founder Gavin McInnes’ Accounts Ahead Of The "Unite The Right" Rally
The company shut down several accounts associated with the far-right group Friday for violating its terms of service on inciting violence.
Virginia Declared A State Of Emergency Ahead Of The "Unite The Right" Anniversary In Charlottesville
Despite there being no official permits issued for any anniversary events, Charlottesville's city manager says there will be more police on patrol and road closures.
"I've been bitten by 8-inch hatchlings, which hurt, but never by Tex," Makenzie Noland said.
A pair of 9-year-old twins reported missing were later found dead hugging their grandparents in the seaside village of Mati, Greece.
All four men charged with murder in the rapper's death are now in police custody.
“You can’t pirate someone saying your name.”
"Greece is going through an unspeakable tragedy," Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said.
The terror group claimed responsibility for Sunday's attack, but police denied Faisal Hussain had any known connections to the group.
A scammer, a Nutcracker, a post-apocalyptic summer camp, and more — here we go.
The doctor's 20-year career at the university is under investigation in a scandal that also includes a lawmaker.
"We have something amazing planned," executive producer Robert Kirkman said.
A grand jury in Florida charged the four men with first-degree murder and armed robbery, but two of them remain at large.
Prosecutors said the facts don't support the allegations.
“The board asked me to step down as chairman without apparently doing any investigation. I agreed, though today I believe it was a mistake to do so," John Schnatter wrote in a letter.
"I am severely disappointed. I will never get to hear from this man, this protector, his reasoning about why my safety — no, my life — had so little value to him."