The driver of a silver Dodge Charger plowed into one of the groups streaming away from the rally at Emancipation Park through the narrow downtown streets.
Some organizers fear attacks, while mayors, Sen. McConnell raise objections.
“I find the racist rhetoric of Richard Spencer and white nationalism repugnant and counter to everything the university and this nation stands for."
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray announced after Saturday's rally in Virginia that he intends to take action to relocate the city's Confederate statues.
Activists gear up for the upcoming months with rallies ranging from support for Charlottesville, Va., victims to pro-Trump events.
Alt-right protesters in Charlottesville, Va., were seen carrying signs emblazoned with the Red Wings logo on Saturday.
Indiana resident Matthew Heimbach has risen to prominence in the white nationalist movement.
At least one person is dead and 19 injured after a car plowed into a crowd at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville.
The UVA community reacts to white nationalists marching through campus with torches and through Charlottesville.
The Detroit Red Wings have strongly condemned the use of their logo by a group of white nationalists in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The crash followed hours of violent clashes between white nationalists and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Va.
Twitter dispatches showed a violent scene with protesters wielding shields, sticks and flags in massive scuffles that left people bloodied.
White nationalist groups are planning political rallies in Kentucky on Saturday, prompting fears of violent clashes with counter-protesters.
White nationalist Richard Spencer, whose appearances have sparked controversy and protests, was twice punched by a masked protester in Washington D.C., following Trump's inauguration.
Twitter has reinstated white nationalist Richard Spencer, one month after he and others associated with the "alt-right" movement were booted from the social media service.
Florida civic leaders, Holocaust survivors and activists decry actions in viral video.
At the national conference for the National Policy Institute in Washington, D.C., white nationalists applauded the rise of Trump and slammed the "Lügenpresse."
“Darkness is good,” Bannon continued. "Dick Cheney. Darth Vader. Satan. That’s power.”
April Burbank, Burlington (Vt.) Free PressA white nationalist super PAC claims to have called every consumer landline phone in Vermont in support of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.