Charleston Massacre

Nine Consecutive Life Sentences Added to Dylann Roof's Punishment

The Charleston Massacre shooter was sentenced to death in federal court earlier this year.

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Dylann Roof Sentenced to Death for Charleston Massacre

Reactions to the decision are…complicated: “Killing Dylann Roof won’t do anything to rid our country of White supremacy. It’s in our bones, it’s in our soil, it’s in the White House.”

Dylann Roof to Represent Himself for Sentencing

Jurors found Roof guilty of killing nine Black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina. Now he faces sentencing for his crimes.

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BREAKING: Dylann Roof Found Guilty of Charleston Church Massacre

The jurors, who found Roof guilty of all 33 charges against him, will decide on his punishment next month.

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Judge Delays Jury Selection in Dylann Roof Trial

The federal death penalty trial for the Charleston shooter was set to begin today.

South Carolina Prosecutor Petitions to Try Charleston Shooter Case Before DOJ

Solicitor Scarlett Wilson: “The State can have no confidence that the United States will ever seek to carry out a death sentence regardless of the state sentence.”

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We Remember: The Charleston Massacre, 1 Year Later

Say their names.

DOJ Seeks Death Penalty for Dylann Roof

Roof killed nine Black worshippers at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church last year. 

Nicki Minaj, Priyanka Chopra and Lin-Manuel Miranda On Time's '100 Most Influential' Covers

Gina Rodriguez, Ta-Nehisi Coates and many other notable people of color across disciplines also made this year’s list. 

WATCH: Nicki Minaj, John Legend and Others Perform for Tonight's 'Shining A Light' TV Special

The special—which uses music to explore race and racism in America—airs tonight on A&E

WATCH LIVE: President Obama to Eulogize Charleston’s Rev. Clementa Pinckney

The service begins at 11a ET

Confederate Flag Protests, 'True Detective' Recap, Pluto in Color

Some of Monday’s big headlines