The trial of James Alex Fields Jr., the young Ohio man accused of killing and maiming with his car at a 2017 white nationalism rally, resumes Monday.
Articles by Hawes Spencer
Three months before driving a car into pedestrians in Charlottesville, James Alex Fields Jr. posted pictures on Instagram of vehicles plowing into protesters.
James Alex Fields Jr., the Ohio man accused of using his car as a weapon against pedestrians in Charlottesville, goes on trial Monday (11/26/18). Fields is charged with malicious wounding and murder.
Roy Clark, the Nashville legend credited with popularizing country music through the long-running television show Hee-Haw, has died.
Did Donald Trump produce coattails in the foothills of Virginia? Virginia House Democratic leader David Toscano attributed some of the loss by party-mate Leslie Cockburn to the so-called Trump effect.
A new documentary about 2017’s deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville got its premiere Saturday (11/3/18) at the Virginia Film Festival.
Four recently freed men gathered at the University of Virginia Tuesday [10/03] night to give thanks to the school's chapter of the Innocence Project.
Has Donald Trump forever changed the presidency? Hawes Spencer has this report from the University of Virginia, where a group on panelists wrestled with that question Wednesday night.
Democratic strategist Symone Sanders says Trump's tweets and his policies have moved the proverbial goal posts, "Things that Donald Trump did in 2016 and even now would have been political suicide for other people."
But Fox News analyst Brit Hume downplayed the Trump effect even on his own party "Now I think his impact on the Republican Party will last as long as he's president."
A national non-profit has joined Charlottesville’s debate over Confederate monuments by erecting a monument of its own: a billboard urging removal of two statues of Civil War generals.