Unite the Right, called to oppose Charlottesville's decision to remove a Confederate statue, was the largest white nationalist rally in the USA in recent decades. Hundreds more showed up to protest against the white nationalists.
The two sides began brawling before the rally got underway, throwing punches, setting off smoke bombs and unleashing chemical sprays.
Afterward, President Donald Trump enflamed racial tensions when he said "both sides" were to blame, a comment some saw as a refusal to condemn racism.
Lawyer John Hill told prospective jurors, according to the Associated Press, that they would hear evidence that the defendant "thought he was acting in self-defense".
Judge Moore said 12 jurors and four alternates would be chosen to hear the case, which could last until December 13.
Earlier in the day, Fields was photographed marching with Vanguard America, a neo-Nazi group, during the rally.
According to his federal hate crimes indictment, Fields had multiple social media accounts where he expressed support for white supremacism as well as the racial policies of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich, and advocated violence against black people and Jews.
British parliament to vote on Brexit deal on Dec 11
Rutte said that "an acceptable package" has now been negotiated. "I will be campaigning with my heart and soul to win that vote". They also rubber-stamped a 26-page document laying out their aims for future relations after Britain leaves in March.
Pretrial hearings have offered few insights into Fields.
Federal prosecutors in June charged Fields with one count of a hate crime act resulting in Heyer's death, 28 counts of hate crime acts causing bodily injury and involving an attempt to kill, and one count of racially motivated violent interference with a federally protected activity for driving his auto into a crowd of protesters. Fields later told a judge he is being treated for bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression and ADHD.
Circuit Court Judge Richard E. Moore told a large group of prospective jurors that the trial could last up to three weeks.
On Monday, Charlottesville Commonwealth's Attorney Joseph Platania emphasized to prospective jurors that prosecutors were not seeking a death sentence on the state charges. By 2:30 p.m., only about nine people out of a group of 28 had been questioned. Moore did not grant the motion, but indicated it could be revisited if finding an impartial jury in Charlottesville proved hard.
Another woman's leg was crushed in the incident. She sat quietly in the courtroom Monday watching the proceedings.
Moore said 12 jurors and four alternate jurors will be chosen.
Most of the migrants stumbled back into camp in the northwestern Mexican city of Tijuana, dirty, scared and with ripped clothes. Mexico has pledged to deport the 500 or so migrants that stormed the border on Sunday back to their home country of Honduras.
Texas basketball was a nine-point underdog against the UNC Tar Heels in a game that looked like it might get lopsided. He re-entered the game, just under five minutes later, with his team only up five. "We played better today".
Entré le 2 octobre dans le consulat saoudien d'Istanbul, le journaliste critique du pouvoir saoudien y a été assassiné. Le prince héritier saoudien, Mohammed Ben Salmane, n'est pas le bienvenu en Tunisie.
The incident left many migrants feeling they had lost whatever possibility they might have had for making asylum cases. It was not immediately clear whether those throwing objects at USA agents were part of the caravan , MSNBC reported .
Boca are generally more closely associated with the city and are nicknamed the "Xeneizes", the local dialect's word for "Genoese". River scored two equalisers in the first leg at Boca's Bombonera stadium to leave the Superclasico in the balance.
Mahut and Herbert took the last set 7-6 to claim France's first victory in the tie and halve the Croatians advantage. Trailing 0-40 on his serve with the French up 5-4 and facing jeers from French fans, Pavic showed more steel.
Separately, Kyodo has reported that Nissan paid $100,000 annually since 2002 to Ghosn's sister for a fictive "advisory" role. He was addressing a meeting with Nissan employees to explain the arrest last week of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn .
Its 77-mile descent to the surface will be slowed by atmospheric friction, a giant parachute and retro rockets. Engineers will begin a three-month process of carefully deploying the lander's science equipment.
Before the plea, Manafort's defenders had long insisted that he would not cooperate with Mueller. Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiracy and witness tampering on September 14.
General Motors to slash 14,000 jobs across North America
The president made promises to autoworkers about bringing back their high-paying jobs from places such as Mexico and South Korea. LaCrosse and Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid production will end March 1, while CT6 and Impala production would stop June 1.
Braves Signing Former AL MVP Josh Donaldson
The Braves will now need to shift third baseman Johan Camargo to either shortstop or the outfield to make room for Donaldson. He'll split time with Tyler Flowers and will, without question, get the "welcome home" treatment from the hometown fans.