Charleston SC Church Shooting News
New Orleans is latest place in the South knocking down monuments to the Confederacy
New Orleans has become the latest place in the South to take down monuments or symbols to the Confederacy. Workers early Monday dismantled a 35-foot granite obelisk, the Liberty Place monument, which honored whites who tried to defeat a racially integrated government installed in New Orleans after
Charleston church shooter on federal death row in Indiana
Convicted South Carolina church shooter Dylann Roof is now on federal death row in Indiana
Church pastor where 9 were killed blasts political ad
The pastor of a South Carolina church where nine worshippers were killed in a racist attack says a political ad by a candidate for a U.S. House is distasteful
The Latest: Candidate won't pull ad that angered pastor
A Republican candidate for a U.S. House seat says she will not remove a campaign ad even though the pastor of a South Carolina church where nine members were killed in a racist attack called it distasteful
Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof 'is not all bad,' grandfather says
Families of the Charleston church shooting victims -- and the grandfather of the convicted killer -- spoke out in court today as Dylann Roof pleaded guilty to all state charges against him. As Roof's grandfather Joe Roof, a longtime real estate lawyer in Columbia, South Carolina, addressed the
Key moments in Charleston church shooting case as Dylann Roof pleads guilty to state charges
Nearly two years after Dylann Roof opened fire at a Bible study at a Charleston, South Carolina, church, killing nine black parishioners, the convicted killer pleaded guilty today in state court. Roof, who turned 23 last week, has already been convicted of hate crimes in a federal case and has been
Grandfather of Charleston church shooter: 'Dylann is not all bad'
Dylann Roof's grandfather Joe Roof addressed the court for the first time today.
Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof to plead guilty in state murder case
Convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof will plead guilty to state murder charges instead of going through a second trial, 9th Circuit Solicitor Scarlett Wilson said today. Wilson told ABC News this morning that a plea has been reached in Roof's state case, in which he is accused of nine
'People like you': White nationalist Jared Taylor to Muslim-American journalist
Jared Taylor sits across from me in a small radio booth. We are just a few feet apart and nearly an hour into a sometimes-heated conversation about race in the United States. The discussion pivots to America's Founding Fathers, and Taylor gets personal. “We built a wonderful country that your
Dylann Roof stopped at another AME church after Charleston massacre, new documents say
After the attack on June 17, 2015 that left 9 black worshipers dead, Roof left Emanuel AME Church and traveled west to the Branch AME Church, according to WCIV, which cited GPS data that was not presented in court during his trial.