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A little information about the eclipse today

The solar eclipse will be visible from 9:07 am until 11:45 a.m. with the maximum point of visibility in San Diego at 10:23 am.

People are getting ready for the total eclipse today, something that won’t happen again until 2024 in the United States.

Juggalos' Rally and pro-Trump March on same day at National Mall

Insane Clown Posse are scheduled to have rally the same day as Trump activists.

Jerry Garcia has “Dead Heads,” Justin Bieber has “Beliebers” rap group Insane Clown Posse (ICP)  has “Juggalos.” Although the former probably aren’t going to organize a march on Washington anytime soon, the latter has scheduled a march and it may get interesting because of another group that will also be there.

Jimmy John's sandwich maker puts anti-gay slur on wrapper

A young man who simply wanted a sandwich from a Jimmy John’s restaurant got more than he bargained for after the sandwich maker wrote a gay slur on the sandwich wrapper. He then protested the store with the help of his friends.

Group outs neo-Nazi to whole town: "My life is over"

Jerrod Kuhn outed to whole town as Neo-Nazi.

About 250 fliers were distributed around Honeoye Falls, N.Y., earlier in the week identifying a resident who marched in support of the white supremacist movement that took place in Charlottesville last Saturday.

The flier reads, “No Nazis in our neighborhood” in bold type along with a picture of demonstrators who attended a neo-Nazi rally at the University of Virginia on August 11.

Viral video shows woman confronting man flying Nazi flag

As America is still trying to make sense of the violence that overtook Charlottesville on Saturday, a woman in North Carolina found herself face-to-face with a Nazi sympathizer on Monday.

Protesters pull down Confederate statue in North Carolina

Protesters take down a Confederate statue on their own.

Protesters pulled down a nearly 100-year-old statue of a Confederate soldier in North Carolina on Monday.

Using rope and chanting, “No KKK, no fascists USA!” the mob yanked the monument off its pedestal and spat on it.

Trump denounces KKK, neo-Nazis on Monday

President Trump speaks out against hate groups.

After a stand-off between white supremacists and counter-protesters on Saturday left three dead and many more injured, President Trump was criticized for not denouncing the Neo-Nazis who participated in the “Unite the Right” rally.

That changed on Monday when Trump heavily criticized hate groups and their participation in the violent event.