It's called "situational awareness". See why it saved this driver's life as she arrived home in today's "Video of the Day"
Charlottesville says goodbye to 32-year-old Heather Heyer, killed Saturday when a car slammed into a crowd of counter protesters to a White Nationalist Rally. People are being encouraged to wear purple. Meanwhile, two of the victims in the crash are suing the suspect, James Fields as well as rally organizers and leaders. And everyone from residents to the governor are responding to President Trump’s claim that counter protesters also acted violently during the demonstration and the president’s vow to reach out to the Heyer family. ABC's Ryan Burrow is in Charlottesville and talks with Tony.
Now that RiverLink is up and running, what have they learned and improved on? Spokeswoman Mindy Peterson sits down with Tony.
Reaction to President Trump's impromptu news conference yesterday has been as unambiguous as it gets -- from both sides of the aisle and everywhere in between. Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan tweeted "White supremacy is repulsive. This bigotry is counter to all this country stands for. There can be no moral ambiguity." And this from Democratic Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut: "Just stopped on roadside to read @POTUS remarks. I nearly threw up. An American President offering a defense of white supremacists. My god." And that was just within the first hour. Aaron will have more overnight reaction.