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Independent city in Virginia, United States

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Charlottesville, Virginia: Independent city in Virginia, United States
Charlottesville, colloquially known as C'ville and officially named the City of Charlottesville, is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. It is the county seat of Albemarle County, which surrounds the city, though the two are separate legal entities. It is named after the British Queen consort Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, who as the wife of George III was Virginia's last Queen. In 2018, an estimated 48,117 people lived within the city limits. The Bureau of Economic Analysis combines the City of Charlottesville with Albemarle County for statistical purposes, bringing its population to approximately 150,000. Charlottesville is the heart of the Charlottesville metropolitan area, which includes Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, and Nelson counties.


What Did Virginia Learn From Charlottesville?

By banning weapons and closing entrances, state and local officials in Richmond are trying to avoid a repeat of the deadly clash in Charlottesville. - Published

White nationalist who spoke at Charlottesville arrested on fugitive warrant charges

Augustus Sol Invictus has been identified as a promoter of white supremacist notions on race. In 2017, he ran a failed bid to unseat U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio. - Published

Videos for Charlottesville, Virginia

Alleged neo-Nazis arrested ahead of VA gun rally [Video]Alleged neo-Nazis arrested ahead of VA gun rally

Three suspected members of a neo-Nazi group were in court on Thursday after the FBI arrested them for possessing a machine gun and planning to incite violence at a gun-rights rally in Virginia on..

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Warning of 'serious threats' Virginia governor bans weapons at gun-rights rally [Video]Warning of 'serious threats' Virginia governor bans weapons at gun-rights rally

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam on Wednesday said he would ban all firearms and other weapons around the state capitol building this weekend, ahead of a major gun-rights demonstration expected to draw..

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CIA Director Mike Pompeo on the threat from North Korea

The director of the CIA, Mike Pompeo, discusses President Trump's response to Charlottesville and the tensions with North Korea with Face the Nation Moderator John Dickerson
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Charlottesville mayor says President Trump "should look in the mirror"

Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer joins "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson to discuss the violence in Charlottesville.
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Officials face questions about what was done to prevent Charlottesville violence

CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson to share the latest on the violent events in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Open: This is "Face the Nation," August 13

This week on "Face the Nation," host John Dickerson interviews Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, and Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta to discuss the violent events in..
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Was President Trump's response to violence in Charlottesville enough?

Molly Ball, Jamelle Bouie, Ramesh Ponnuru, Michael Duffy, and Ed O'Keefe discuss President Trump's response to the violence in Charlottesville.
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Sen. Tim Scott: "It's not what the president says next, it's what he does"

Senator Tim Scott, R-South Carolina, joins Face the Nation Moderator John Dickerson to discuss the fallout from within the Republican Party over President Trump's response to Charlottesville.
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What really motivated the protests in Charlottesville?

Sherrilyn Ifill, Elle Reeve, and Christian Picciolini provide a deeper analysis on the events of Charlottesville and President Trump's response to the violence.
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Sen. Tim Kaine on the push to remove Confederate monuments

Senator Tim Kaine, D-Virginia, addresses the violent events in Charlottesville and discusses the push to remove confederate monuments with Face the Nation Moderator John Dickerson.
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John's Notebook: Speaking up

After the violence in Charlottesville, President Trump did not give a stirring speech of unity. In the absence of his voice, a chorus emerged urging us to recall the national values of equality and..
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Speaker Ryan on race relations in the United States

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, discusses President Donald Trump's responses to Charlottesville and the NFL protests with "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson.
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Full interview: Sen. Tim Kaine one year after Charlottesville

Sen. Tim Kaine sat down with "Face the Nation's" Margaret Brennan to talk about where his state is one year after the racially motivated violence in Charlottesville.
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Sen. Kaine sees "rejection of hate" after Charlottesville

Speaking with "Face the Nation's" Margaret Brennan, Sen. Tim Kaine says that he's seen voters in his state electing diverse candidates as a "rejection of hate" one year after the racial violence in..
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Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah Walker discusses President Trump

The mayor, who took office in January, spoke with Face the Nation a year after deadly violence sparked by white supremacists in Charlottesville.
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Sen. Tim Kaine discusses President Trump, Charlottesville

Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Virginia, weighs in on President Trump's response to last year's violence in Charlottesville.
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A year after Charlottesville

A year after the deadly violence in Charlottesville, "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan reflects on a divided America
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Face the Nation - Tim Kaine, Tim Scott, Nicuyah Walker

Missed the second half of the show? A year after the attack at the protest in Charlottesville.
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Why the ACLU defends white nationalists' free speech

The ACLU has been supporting free speech for decades — even if that speech is hateful. But was Charlottesville a turning point?
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Charlottesville, Va.: "Small town charm, big city amenities"

Journalist Hawes Spencer talks with "48 Hours" about the place he has called home for 26 years.
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Charlottesville Lawsuit Puts Rising Intolerance on Trial

The lawsuit against the organizers of the notorious 2017 white power march in Charlottesville, Va., rests on chat room conversations and a 19th-century civil rights law. - Published

Saturday Sessions: David Wax Museum performs "Big Sur"

Fronted by married duo David Wax and Suz Slezak, the Charlottesville, Virginia-based musicians of David Wax Museum blend folk, roots and Americana with the regional music of Mexico. In 2010, they were..
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Black candidate reportedly targeted by racist threats

A Florida man has been arrested for allegedly threatening harm against a Charlottesville city council candidate because of his race
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Confederate statue that prompted Charlottesville rally must stay, judge rules

A Virginia judge has blocked the city of Charlottesville's effort to remove the Confederate statue that sparked a deadly white nationalist rally. - Published

Charlottesville victim's mom moves to ensure killer can't profit from story

Susan Bro filed a $12 million lawsuit August 30 against 22-year-old James Alex Fields Jr.
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Mother of Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer speaks out two years later

It's been two years since the violence at a white nationalist demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia ignited a national discussion of racism and hate in America. Counter-protester Heather Heyer was..
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Charlottesville remembered, drive-thru ban, ketchup karma: News from around our 50 states

Louisiana’s new poet laureate brings unusual credentials, bear lands on deputy’s car in California, and more - Published

Heather Heyer's mom: "We have a hate problem in this country"

Two years after her daughter, Heather Heyer, was killed while protesting against a white supremacist march in Charlottesville, Susan Bro says America still needs to deal with its "hate problem." Bro..
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Charlottesville residents talk candidly about racism 2 years after deadly riots

We’re getting new insight about racial tension in America from Charlottesville, Virginia, exactly two years after violent clashes between white supremacists and counter-protesters left one person..
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From Charlottesville to Champaign: 40 places young people are moving

24/7 Wall St. reviewed county level migration of young adults to identify the 40 places where young people are moving. - Published

Two years after Charlottesville, I'm fighting the conspiracy theory industrial complex

I filmed the viral video of a neo-Nazi ramming his car into Heather Heyer. Immediately, trolls and conspiracy theorists attempted to destroy my life. - Published

El Paso massacre upends white nationalists' normalization strategy

Two years ago, America’s white nationalist movement stunned the country. Neo-Nazi demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, had turned deadly when a far-right protester drove a car through a..
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Trump denounces white supremacy after weekend of violence

President Trump made his strongest denunciation yet of white supremacy after the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton. As Weijia Jiang reports, it's a departure from his response two years ago when a..
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Charlottesville statue of Robert E. Lee vandalized with anti-Trump graffiti

A statue of Robert E. Lee that was at the center of violent protests in 2017 at a Charlottesville, Virginia, park, was vandalized early Wednesday. - Published

Trump’s Art of Disavowing a Disavowal

After saying he was “not happy” with the “send her back” chant at his rally in North Carolina, President Trump reversed himself, just as he did in 2017 after the violence in Charlottesville,.. - Published

Man gets life plus 419 years in Charlottesville attack

The man who deliberately drove through a crowd of people in Charlottesville, Virginia, has received another life sentence. Dozens were wounded and one person was killed.
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[UPDATE] Neo-Nazi Sentenced To Life Plus 419 Years For Fatal Charlottesville Car Attack

[update] neo-nazi sentenced to life plus 419 years for fatal charlottesville car attack
A U.S. judge has sentenced a self-professed neo-Nazi to a second life prison term for killing a demonstrator when he drove his car into a crowd protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville,..
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Neo-Nazi gets 2nd life sentence in murder of protester in Virginia

A Virginia state judge on Monday sentenced a self-professed neo-Nazi to a second life prison term for killing a demonstrator when he drove his car into a crowd protesting against white supremacists in..
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Neo-Nazi James Fields get life plus 419 years in state court for murder in Charlottesville

James Alex Fields Jr., a neo-Nazi who rammed his car into counterprotesters of an alt-right rally, was sentenced to life in prison in state court. - Published

Charlottesville white supremacist faces another life sentence for car attack

charlottesville white supremacist faces another life sentence for car attack
James Alex Fields Jr also faces 419 years for killing Heather Heyer and injuring dozens during the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in 2017 A man sentenced to life in prison on federal hate crime charges..
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