Jurors Find Dylann Roof Guilty In Charleston Church SlayingsAn end to the trial for one of the most brutal shootings in recent memory is in sight.
Dylann Roof's Confession & Journal Detail Racist BeliefsAt his death penalty trial, prosecutors are using Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof's own words to portray him as a cruel and angry racist.
Dylann Roof Laughed During Church Slaying Confession To FBIDylann Roof hesitated slightly when an FBI agent asked him what he was doing on the night nine black church members were killed during Bible study.
Prosecutor: Black Church Shooter Had Cold, Hateful HeartDylann Roof had a "cold and hateful heart" when he killed nine black church members as they closed their eyes for a final prayer, a prosecutor said.
Judge: Dylann Roof Competent To Stand Trial In Charleston Church ShootingA federal judge ruled Friday Dylann Roof is competent to stand trial in the killing of nine black worshippers at a South Carolina church last year.
Senate Committe Votes To Remove Confederate Flag From FL Seal
Clinton Pushes New Gun Controls After Oregon ShootingDemocratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton unveiled new gun control measures days after a deadly shooting in Oregon.
NASCAR Backs Moves On Confederate FlagOne of the most popular sports in the United States is supporting the call for change in South Carolina in the wake of the Charleston church massacre.
Local Church Holds Service To Remember Massacre VictimsA tragedy hundreds of miles away brought members of a Northwest Miami-Dade congregation together in prayer for the nine lives lost in a senseless act of violence at a church in South Carolina.
Confederate Flag Sets Off Debate In GOP 2016 ClassFormer Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney called for the immediate removal of the Confederate battle flag from outside the South Carolina Statehouse, scrambling the 2016 Republican presidential contenders into staking a position on a contentious cultural issue.
Local Congregants Hold Prayer Vigil For Church Shooting VictimsThe Emmanuel AME church in Charleston may have been the scene of violence, death and evil earlier this week. But church communities across South Florida are saying loud and proud that churches must remain a place of hope, prayer and love.