Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting
The shooting last year killed 11 worshippers and wounded seven at the Pittsburgh synagogue, where a steady stream of people stopped by Sunday.
The Tree of Life attacker made an explicit connection between the Jewish refugee resettlement organization HIAS and his desire to kill Jews, says the group's leader.
I need to understand the answers to the questions that remain as I approach the first anniversary of the massacre that took place at my synagogue.
One year ago on Sunday, an attack at Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue killed 11 worshippers. Here's how people are mourning the tragedy.
One year after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, some Jews said they’ve downplayed their religious identity in public.
Rabbi Jeremy Borovitz was inside Halle's synagogue during a Yom Kippur attack. He's still optimistic about the resurgence of Jewish life in Germany.
Prosecutors accuse John Earnest of killing one worshipper and wounding three others at the Chabad of Poway synagogue during Passover.
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.