Trump toured the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and delivered brief remarks, paying tribute to African Americans who fought institutionalized racism, including Medgar Evers, the civil rights activist who was murdered outside his home in Jackson in 1963.
The protests in Charlottesville drew a large crowd of counter-protesters — people opposed to the racism, white nationalism and other forms of hate espoused by many of the protesters who came for the "Unite the Right" protest.
The increasing sizable Latino vote has been called a "sleeping giant," that if awoken could change the course of the election . The World's Matthew Bell updates host Lisa Mullins with the latest on the Hispanic turnout.
In 2007, Prince William County passed an ordinance that authorized police to check the immigration status of people they detained. Three years later, The World's Jason Margolis looks at the effects of the ordinance.
Haiti's election commission has invited candidates to appeal the outcome of the country's presidential election. It's an attempt to restore calm after unrest and allegations that the vote was rigged. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from Robert Fatton.
Yet another search engine, Cuil (Gaelic for 'knowledge'), is taking aim at Google. In true Freudian fashion, the upstart is the brainchild of former Google engineers who claim that Cuil will offer broader, faster searches, without recording information about what you search and when.
Get over it! The old adage reinforces the commonly-held belief that grief is a controllable social condition. However, scientists believe 'complicated grief,' a physical condition that affects a distinct part of the brain, could be affecting about one million Americans.
In the last few days before the election, House and Senate Republicans, have been pushing hard to help incumbents facing tough re-election races keep their seats in Congress. Guest: New York Times reporter David Herszenhorn