Justice Department Seeking Death Penalty Against Charleston Church Massacre ShooterThe Justice Department says it intends to seek the death penalty against Dylann Roof, the man charged with killing nine black parishioners last year in a church in Charleston, South Carolina.
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Activist Arrested For Removing Confederate Flag At South Carolina StatehouseThe flag, which is protected by state law, was raised again a short time later.
President Obama Delivers Passionate Eulogy For Pastor Killed In Charleston ShootingPresident Barack Obama paid tribute to the pastor and eight parishioners of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Gov. Christie Attends Prayer Service For Charleston VictimsMany gathered at the St. Matthew AME Church in Orange -- and gave life to the victims by reading their bios aloud.
Rally Held At Queens Cathedral In Response To South Carolina Church ShootingMayor Bill de Blasio attended the rally dubbed #IamAME at Greater Allen African Methodist Episcopal Cathedral of New York in Jamaica Saturday afternoon.
Charleston Church Shooting Suspect Held On 9 Counts Of MurderPolice in Charleston say the suspect in a fatal church shooting at a historic black church is charged with nine counts of murder as well as possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.
Mayor De Blasio Speaks Of Racial Tolerance During Son Dante's High School GraduationAmong the graduates was one Dante de Blasio, whose picture flashed on the overhead screens of the arena as he listened to the keynote speaker, his father.