Boston demonstrations: How the day unfolded - VIDEO - 20 August 2017
"Tens of thousands of anti-racism protesters opposed a far-right "Free Speech" rally in the US city of Boston on Saturday. While the day was mostly peaceful, there were minor scuffles between police and protesters, and at least 33 were arrested. Here's how the day unfolded."
Trump attacks Boston counter-protesters as 'anti-police agitators'- with picturesand a video- 19 August 2017 - Trump tweet likely to revive controversy that followed Charlottesville
- Anti-Nazi protesters dwarfed small group of rightwingers + Tens of thousands march against right-wing rally in Boston - aerial video
Why Some Americans Are Still Fighting the Civil War- Text + Audio + Pictures- 18 August 2017
"General Robert E. Lee, who led the Confederate Army during the United States Civil War, died in 1870.
But in some ways, he lives today."
Trump defends 'beautiful' Civil War statues - 17 August 2017
"US President Donald Trump has denounced the removal of "beautiful" Confederate statues amid a heated national debate about US race relations." + Video: Can removing Confederate statues help heal a nation? + Video: New Orleans mayor on why Confederate monuments have to go + Video: Candlelit vigil held in Charlottesville
Anti-racist rallies across the United States – in pictures - 14 August 2017
"Anti-white supremacy rallies were held in several cities in response to a car ploughing into a group of activists who were preparing to march in opposition to a white nationalist rally. Heather Heyer, 32, was killed in the incident and two police officers were also killed when a helicopter they were using to monitor the rally crashed."
Charlottesville: Trump criticised over response to far-right- 13 August 2017
"US President Donald Trump is facing criticism for his response to the violence at a white supremacist rally."
+ Video: Photojournalist Ryan M Kelly was covering the protest when the car ploughed into the crowd. + Video: The US president ignored questions over whether his response went far enough.