Monday Roundtable

Behind the Scenes on the new documentary film, “Charlottesville: Our Streets.”

Monday Roundtable

October Surprise.

Dahlia Lithwick

From bombshell indictments and guilty pleas from Trump’s campaign team to the Alt Right in Charlottesville.

Monday Roundtable

U.S. Troops were recently killed in Niger — huh?! Also, the City of Charlottesville is looking for AntiFa protestors believed to have been involved in an assault on Nazis on August 12 — huh?!

Niki Hemmer

Who is the Alt Right? A conversation with journalist and scholar Niki Hemmer.

Monday Roundtable

What does the video say about Deandre Harris on August 12 in Charlottesville?

Monday Roundtable

Members of the Roundtable discuss today’s breaking and tragic news of a mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Bill Antholis

Bill Antholis is the President and CEO of the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia.

Monday Roundtable

From catfishing to micro and evolutionary biology to Donald Trump.

Monday Roundtable

What about the massive Lee Statue in Richmond?

Cville and Kessler

Did the City of Charlottesville use public money to inadvertently help Jason Kessler promote his August 12 rally?

Monday Roundtable

Latest from Charlottesville.

Monday Roundtable

#charlottesville

Jeff Lenert

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Monday Roundtable

the latest on the August 12 events in Charlottesville.

Monday Roundtable

What happened?!

Nicole Hemmer

What really happened in Charlottesville? Historian and journalist Nicole Hemmer recounts her experience at the “United the Right” Rally on August 12.

Monday Roundtable

Trump, the Alt-Right and the coming storm to Charlottesville.

Monday Roundtable

the latest.

Monday Roundtable

Charlottesville made international news as the site for a KKK Rally and thousands-strong counter-protest — at which only the counter-protesters were arrested. A national Alt-Right Rally is planned for the same little Virginia city in August. Meanwhile, Donald Trump …

Monday Roundtable

Otto Warmbier, Bill Cosby, Cuba, Trump, the Proud Boys, the Alt-Right and much more.

Did he really do it?

New evidence suggests that Jens Soering has been telling the truth all along, that he did not in fact kill his girlfriend’s parents— a horrific crime for which he’s been imprisoned for over 30 years.