Charlottesville

Vigils were held all over the country for the victims of the violent 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday, Aug. 12. The KKK, neo-Nazis and white supremacist groups assembled at Lee Park on Saturday to protest the planned removal of the Gen. Robert E. Lee confederate statue.

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James Fields

Police in Charlottesville, Virginia arrested the man who drove his car into a crowd of an anti-fascist protestors at a white supremacist rally near Lee Park, where a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is scheduled to be removed.

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Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton's campaign is in shambles just 6 days before the 2016 presidential election.

On Friday, FBI Director James Comey reopened the investigation into Clinton's illegal email server. A presidential candidate under criminal investigation by the FBI is unprecedented.

And now she's facing more scandals as revealed in the current issue of the National ENQUIRER, on newsstands now.

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A planned rally by white supremacists and a faction of the KKK was marred by violence when members of the Bloods street gang and other hoodlums attacked the protestors.

What should have been a peaceful protest descended into chaos and violence because South Carolina was unprepared to handle outside agitators.

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Dyron Hart, a former Nicholls State football player, pleaded guilty to impersonating a White Supremacist on the Internet who was angry that a black man was elected president. Hart faces 5 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

A black man who pretended to be a white supremacist on the Internet has entered a guilty plea to charges that he issued death threats.

U.S. Attorney Jim Letten says 20-year old Dyron Hart pled guilty in federal court to "communicating threats in interstate commerce."

"According to court documents, Hart... admitted that he created a fictitious name and used the photograph of a white supremacist to communicate a threat. He then purported to be a person outraged by the election of President Barack Obama," Letten said in a news release.

Letten says that Hart sent the threat to an African American student at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux "indicating he wanted to kill African American individuals because of the election of the President."

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