Luther Strange, a Republican candidate backed by President Donald Trump for a U.S. Senate seat from Alabama, thanks his supporters including the president after advancing to a run-off election. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
President Donald Trump is defiantly blaming "both sides" for the weekend violence between white supremacists and counter-demonstrators in Virginia and rebuffing the widespread criticism of his handling of the emotionally-charged protests
Nearly 38 years after members of the Ku Klux Klan and Nazi party killed five members of the Communist Workers’ Party during a demonstration in North Carolina, Rev. Nelson Johnson still has the scar on his left arm from when he was attacked. He says the violence in Charlottesville over the weekend shows there is still a lot of hate.
Irish budget airline Ryanair has filed a complaint with European Union competition authorities after Air Berlin filed for bankruptcy protection and then got a 150 million euro ($177 million) government loan
Sonia Warshawski survived three different Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust in World War II. She says watching white power and Neo-Nazi groups in Virginia over the weekend is like re-living a nightmare and there are chilling similarities between the mood in Germany and Poland all those years ago and what she`s seeing in America today.
Celebrities are calling for President Trump's removal after again claiming “both sides” were to blame for the violence in Charlottesville. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) reports.
Alabama Sen. Luther Strange will face off with Ten Commandments judge Roy Moore in a Republican runoff for the Senate seat that previously belonged to Attorney General Jeff Sessions