Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting
Jeffrey Clark Jr., a self-described white nationalist who called the Pittsburgh shooting suspect a "hero," could be eligible for supervised release.
Jonathan Perlman says his faith -- and concern for his traumatized congregants -- compel him to speak up against capital punishment for the synagogue massacre.
Jeffrey Clark, who said the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims "deserved" it, has been in custody since his November arrest.
The California governor’s announcement comes just days after a deadly shooting at a synagogue outside San Diego.
An Army veteran, an off-duty Border Patrol officer and an Israeli war veteran are credited with coming to the rescue during the deadly California shooting.
The funeral for Lori Gilbert Kaye, who was killed during a shooting at the Chabad of Poway, is scheduled for Monday afternoon.
The nation grieves the congregant killed in the name of white nationalism.
The Tree of Life synagogue, the site of last fall's mass shooting, seeks art that conveys peace, hope and healing.
The FBI said Jeffrey Clark Jr. followed synagogue shooting suspect Robert Bowers on the Gab social media platform.
Two firearms groups immediately filed separate lawsuits challenging the measure.
Robert Bowers' attorney is a noted death penalty lawyer whose past clients have included a 9/11 conspirator and Unabomber Ted Kaczynski.
The 13 guests, who also include former jail inmates, are touted as representing "the very best of America."
If convicted, Robert Bowers could face the death penalty for a mass shooting that left 11 dead in a quiet Pittsburgh neighborhood.
Police confirmed an ongoing investigation into the matter on Sunday, the eighth night of Hanukkah.
A neighbor in Washington’s Bloomingdale neighborhood warned a cop about extremists Jeffrey and Edward Clark. It wasn’t enough.
Jeffrey Clark wasn't shy about being a white supremacist. But it was only after his family reported him that authorities arrested him on gun charges.
Hatred and suspicion of Jews is inextricably intertwined with the white supremacy at the heart of the GOP's message.
Ari Mahler, a nurse at Allegheny General Hospital, was tasked with caring for suspected Tree of Life synagogue shooter Robert Bowers.
Gab, a social network popular with the alt-right is back online after losing its original domain host following the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting
She points to the Pittsburgh synagogue slaughter in a plea for citizens to “vote for unity.”