JURY IN TRIAL OF MAN WHO DROVE CAR INTO COUNTERPROTESTERS AT WHITE NATIONALIST RALLY IN VIRGINIA HAS REACHED A VERDICT

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Jury in trial of man who drove car into counterprotesters at white nationalist rally in Virginia has reached a verdict.

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