Death Penalty Videos
Dylann Roof to Judge: Let Lawyers Back on Death Penalty Case
The white man charged with the shooting deaths of nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church asked a judge on Sunday if he could have his defense team back, at least temporarily.
Suspected South Carolina Shooter to Represent Himself in Mass Murder Trial
Dylann Roof, 22, accused of killing nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church, will act as his own lawyer with his former defense team by his side.
Church Shooting Suspect Can Act as His Own Attorney, Judge Rules
A judge today granted Dylann Roof, the suspected Charleston, South Carolina, church shooter, the ability to represent himself in court, according to ABC affiliate WCIV in Charleston, as jury selection continues in his federal death penalty trial.
Talking with Voters at the Venice Beach, California, Lifeguard Headquarters Polling Location
ABC News' Olivia Smith and Lesley Messer talk with Angelenos as they cast their votes on the beach.
Voters Eye Ballot Initiatives on Election Day
ABC News' Amy Robach reports on ballot initiatives in states from Indiana to California.
Newly Released 911 Calls Inside the Deadly School Shooting at a South Carolina Elementary School
911 call captures the race against time to try and save 6-year-old Jacob Hall.
Ava Duvernay Hopes You Will Leave '13th' With a Curiosity to Know More
Duvernay appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about the making of and inspiration behind her new documentary "13th."
Medical Examiner's Report in Tulsa Police-Involved Shooting Released
The report shows that Terence Crutcher had PCP in his blood when he was fatally shot by the police.
Accused Hitman in FSU Prof. Murder Case Cooperating with Authorities
One of the men accused of killing Florida State University law professor Dan Markel "flipped" and has now pleaded guilty to murder charges.
2016 Vice Presidential Debate
Vice Presidential candidates Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence met at Longwood University in Farmville, Va.