National News | WRHL National News 2017-08-23T03:10:56Z National News At least 3 arrested as hundreds protest over Confederate statue Tuesday's gathering at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill focused on "Silent Sam" statue that's been at the campus since 1913 Police fire gas, flash bangs on crowd outside Trump rally Protesters demonstrated before, during and after president's fiery speech Tuesday night, but the trouble happened after he finished Cavs make blockbuster trade: All-Star guard Kyrie Irving goes to Celtics Cleveland Cavs granted Irving's request and traded him to Boston Celtics for star guard Isaiah Thomas, forward Jae Crowder, center Ante Zizic Parents name newborn baby after total solar eclipse Decision to name her after Monday's celestial event actually started as a joke Mayor says angry Charlottesville City Council meeting start of "catharsis" Mayor Mike Signer says outbursts at meeting a night earlier were "beginning of the process of catharsis" Malia Obama moves into Harvard University Former President Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama were spotted on campus this week Border Patrol ventures to county fairs, concerts to recruit agents U.S. Border Patrol has struggled to hire the 5,000 agents President Trump requested to help secure the Mexican border Will any NFL team hire quarterback Colin Kaepernick? NFL covets quarterbacks for their arms, but Kaepernick's marketability may start with his knee and his pre-game protests last season Confederate memorial removed from Maryland courthouse Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman ordered removal of memorial after completing historic review process White House cybersecurity czar warns of Russian threat Rob Joyce says the U.S. is lacking 300,000 cybersecurity experts needed to defend the country America still basking in afterglow of the solar eclipse One sunrise later, the Earth is still over the moon about the Great American Eclipse. Jamie Yuccas reports on the afterglow. Louise Linton, wife of Treasury secretary, apologies Louise Linton, the wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, apologized Tuesday, saying comments she made online were "inappropriate and highly insensitive." She had made news with an Instagram rant. Despite leading team to Super Bowl, Colin Kaepernick still unemployed Last season, while playing with the San Francisco 49ers, quarterback Colin Kaepernick started a movement when he kneeled during the national anthem. Mark Strassmann reports that this year, Kaepernick finds himself without a team. The war Obama, Trump wanted to end to go on indefinitely More U.S. troops could soon be heading to Afghanistan. Major Garrett reports from the White House, and Charlie D'Agata has the view from Kabul. Navy divers find remains of some sailors after USS John S. McCain collision Navy divers found remains of some of the ten sailors feared dead after the USS John S. McCain collided with an oil tanker in waters off Singapore. The sailors were believed to be trapped in a flooded sleeping compartment. David Martin reports. Did roommate killings expose alleged neo-Nazi plot? 18-year-old Devon Arthurs is charged with killing two of his roommates in an apartment filled with Nazi propaganda and bomb-making materials Border Patrol turns to county fairs, concerts to recruit agents U.S. Customs and Border Protection is struggling to hire the 5,000 agents President Trump requested to help secure the Mexican border. Now, the agency is venturing to Spartan Races, county fairs and country music festivals to recruit new agents. Don Dahler reports. Trump tours operations center on U.S.-Mexico border ahead of rally President Trump toured an operations center on the Mexican border Tuesday where immigration officials showed off state-of-the-art equipment, including a Predator drone. So far, Mr. Trump has failed to convince the Republican Congress to pay for a border wall. Chip Reid has more. 1 dead after heavy rain swamps Kansas City area The National Weather Service issued a flash flood emergency Tuesday morning in Kansas City. Summer storms dumped up to nine inches of rain, and at least one person was killed. Adriana Diaz reports. White House cybersecurity czar warns about Russian threat Rob Joyce, the White House cybersecurity coordinator, said Tuesday the U.S. is lacking 300,000 cybersecurity experts needed to defend the country. He also had a warning for the public about using software from Kaspersky Lab. U.S. officials believe the company has ties to the Kremlin -- and the federal government has vowed not to use its products. Jeff Pegues reports. WRHL 2017-08-23T08:10:56Z