emanuel church shooting

Thank you. Before watching your monologue this morning I was numb. Perhaps it was after the Walter Scott video was shown over and over again or the pending repeat of the Parsley Massacre in the Dominican Republic.
Charleston’s historic Emanuel Church held its first Sunday service since last week’s shooting when nine people, including the pastor, were killed when a gunman opened fire at a bible study.
“I know we talk about race a lot on this show, but I think we can all agree this time that this is a racially motivated attack
"We are reminded this morning of the freshness of death. It comes like a thief in the night," said Norvel Goff, reverend
In the wake of the horrendous racist terrorist attack on Charleston's historic Emanuel AME church that left nine innocent African-American churchgoers and leaders dead, many questions have arisen about hate crimes and extremism in the United States. Here are some answers.
In the post, the Hollywood mogul described how the shooting resonated with him. “I grew up in the AME Church. My aunt and
As a white, nearly lifelong resident of Charleston, I feel obligated to say in defiance of my usual self-censorship. While they may and often do dwell together, hatred and mental illness are not the same. Hatred is not a mood disorder. Hatred is inert violence. And we are all susceptible to its intrusions.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), a GOP presidential candidate, tied the shooting to a lack of faith among Americans during a speech
As the investigation surrounding the shooting continues, many public figures have expressed their thoughts via social media
A white gunman killed nine people Wednesday night, after opening fire on a Bible study group gathered at the historically
The shooting occurred around 9 p.m. at the historic black church. Six women and three men were killed, including Reverend
After nine people were killed in a shooting at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, on Wednesday night