CHARLESTON, S.C. -- For President Barack Obama, it's become an all-too-frequent ritual: honoring the victims of mass shootings in communities across the country.
The Westboro Baptist Church is claiming to picket the funerals of the victims killed in last week’s shooting at Mother Emanuel AME Church in downtown Charleston.
Major retailers Wal-Mart and Sears announced that they will no longer sell Confederate battle flag merchandise in their stores, but a spike in online sales on Amazon suggests that some people are turning elsewhere to buy the controversial emblem.
By PBS NewsHour
The mass shooting in Charleston isn’t just an isolated event, but can be seen as part of a troubled history of racial hatred and violence in the United States. What makes someone embrace racist ideology and what can be done…
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley on Monday called for removal of the Confederate flag from the South Carolina State House grounds.
By Rialda Zukic
Hundreds gathered in Charleston, South Carolina, on Saturday for a "March for Black Lives" held in memory of those killed in last week's shooting at Emanuel A.M.E Church.
Reuters reporter Luciana Lopez has been in South Carolina covering the fallout of the tragic shooting in Charleston on Wednesday, where nine people were killed at Emanuel AME Church. What do we know about the motives of Dylann Roof, who…
By Kenzi Abou-Sabe, Elisabeth Ponsot
A white supremacist website containing an unsigned manifesto as well as photographs of accused Charleston gunman Dylann Roof surfaced across social media on Saturday.
By PBS NewsHour
Wracked by grief, Charleston is struggling to recover in the wake of the shooting at Emmanuel AME church. During a bond hearing for gunman Dylann Roof, family members of victims presented a portrait of grief, strength, and forgiveness.
By Colleen Shalby
At the start of today’s hearing for Dylann Roof -- the 21-year-old man who shot and killed nine people during a bible study at Emanual __ in downtown Charleston -- the judge told him that “Charleston is a loving community.”…
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