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Rev. Dr. Lanel Guyton, a friend and fellow A.M.E. reverend of Clementa Pinckney, remembers him as an uplifting spirit.
Suspected Charleston church gunman Dylann Roof is escorted from Shelby Police Station into patrol car.
Sylvia Johnson, a cousin of church shooting victim Pastor Clementa Pinckney says she spoke with one of the survivors "and she said that he had reloaded five different times... and he just said 'I have to do it. You rape our women and you're taking over our country. And you have to go.'"
Lions, tigers & bears escape Georgia zoo during flooding, exhaustive manhunt for fugitives, a koala joey sticks close to injured mom, and more.
Chuck and Mark discuss how race and gun violence are now issues 2016 candidates on both sides of the aisle will have to address on the trail.
Charleston County coroner Rae Wooten releases the names of the nine people shot at a church in Charleston, S.C.
A man suspected of supporting ISIS-related activities was arrested as FBI agents raided a home in New Jersey early Thursday, law enforcement officials said.
The House narrowly passed legislation aimed at shoring up President Obama's ability to negotiate a massive 12-nation trade pact on Thursday.
Khairullozhon Matanov was sentenced Thursday afternoon to 30 months in prison for misleading investigators.
Clanton, Alabama has dropped Judicial Correction Services, and the Southern Poverty Law Center has asked almost 100 other towns to do the same.
Justin Bieber and Usher were ordered to face a $10 million lawsuit claiming they illegally copied parts of a song composed by two Virginia songwriters.
Talking about the deadly church shooting, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley says, "We woke up today and the heart and soul of South Carolin was broken."
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a group can not force Texas to put the Confederate flag on car license plates.
President Obama says that mass violence happens with too much frequency in America and that the issue needs to be addressed.
Charleston Police Chief Gregory Mullen announces that Dylann Roof was arrested about 245 miles north in Shelby, North Carolina.