Before events in Charlottesville, Va., took an arguable turn for the worse early Saturday, an all-caps banner headline on the local newspaper the Daily Progress was characterizing the Unite the Right rally as having brought “fire and fury” — a nod to language used this week by President Donald Trump in his threat to North Korean — to the storied college town. (read more)

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A white nationalist who once lived in Stony Brook surrendered to police Wednesday to face felony charges stemming from a confrontation with counterdemonstrators the day before a melee that resulted in one death in Charlottesville, Virginia, according to media reports (read more)


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