Gunman kills nine at historic black church in South Carolina

Dylann Storm Roof, 21, was identified June 18 as the suspected gunman who shot and killed nine people at a historic black church in Charleston, S.C. on June 17. Atty. Gen. Loretta Lynch and police confirmed a short time later that Roof was arrested in Shelby, N.C.

U.S. to seek death penalty in Charleston church shooting

Justice Department to seek death penalty for suspect Dylann Roof in Charleston church shooting case

Accused Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof wants to plead guilty, lawyer says

The white man accused of gunning down nine parishioners at a black church in Charleston wants to plead guilty to 33 federal charges, but his lawyer said in

Church shooting suspect's sister takes down fundraising site for wedding

The sister of the man accused of killing nine people at a Charleston church has taken down a Go Fund Me profile set up to help pay for her honeymoon and wedding, which was originally planned for the weekend after the slayings.

GOP's awkward silence over Confederate flag furor

Embracing the Southern strategy causes an awkward silence among GOP presidential candidates in the Confederate flag debate.

Confederate flag has new meaning for many Southerners since Charleston slayings

The Southern worldview has changed since last week's church slayings, when many whites were still defending Confederate symbols.

Republicans reject donations from white supremacist linked to Charleston shootings

Three GOP presidential candidates who accepted donations from a white supremacist linked to the racist rampage in South Carolina say they'll reject the money,

John Oliver takes aim at Confederate flag after Charleston shooting

John Oliver railed against the Confederate flag in the wake of Wednesday's shooting at Charleston's historic Emanuel AME Church and questioned the South's need

Black Americans grapple with unease in wake of Charleston shooting

Among African Americans, the massacre of nine black churchgoers by a white man in Charleston, S.C., galvanizes feelings of unease.

Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Roof said to be 'a classic lone wolf'

Dylann Roof, Charleston church shooting suspect, fits the profile of a "lone wolf" terrorist, a law enforcement official says.

Dylann Roof and the white fear of a black takeover

Mass shooting at church in Charleston resonates far beyond

The mass shooting at Emanuel AME Church inspires anger, sadness and resolve in Charleston, S.C., and beyond.

'We as a country will have to reckon': Obama echoes gun violence worries

Addressing the shooting deaths at a black church in Charleston, S.C., President Obama condemned the politics surrounding gun control legislation and called for

You think mass shootings are happening all the time? They are more frequent, data show

If it seems like mass shootings are becoming more common, researchers say there's a good reason: They are.