President Donald Trump has again criticized the removal of Confederate monuments across the country.
A prominent Mormon and white nationalist blogger was due to speak in Charlottesville.
Christopher Cantwell said he was terrified of the police.
Stacey Abrams said Confederate memorials should be in museums, not on display.
After Trump's Charlottesville remarks, one Democrat is calling to remove him from office using the 25th Amendment.
“Frankly, there is no ‘alt-right’ or ‘alt-left.’ All I’m embracing is common sense,” Trump said in 2016.
The attorney general had previously said the incident “does meet the definition of domestic terrorism.”
The Illinois Senate asked police to treat Nazi groups as they would other terrorist organisations following the violence in Charlottesville.
The only difference now is that white supremacists believe they have an ally in the White House.
Monuments came down in Baltimore on Wednesday and Durham, North Carolina, on Monday.
Figures across the political spectrum have criticized the president's remarks.
"We don't want people to think that they can hide behind Robert E. Lee's name for these senseless acts of violence."
Ellen DeGeneres's Oscars "selfie" among the most popular tweets of all-time.
President Donald Trump went back to blaming "both sides" for Saturday's violence in Charlottesville at a surreal press conference.
Javier Palomarez lashed out at Bannon and Trump over the recent violence in Charlottesville.
The group said the U.S. should follow Germany’s decision to outlaw the use of Nazi symbols.
A series of events planned across the U.S. make up what the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer called the “Summer of Hate.”
A leading Trump resistance movement is gearing up for increased action targeting Congress.
A statue of Robert E. Lee is at the center of the unrest in Charlottesville. It should be in a museum, says Bertram Hayes-Davis.
"You can stand for a nation or you can stand for a hateful movement, but you can't do both. If you can't make the right choice, then I'm confident that the American voter will," Meyers said of Trump.