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  • Difficult family circumstances a part of Dylann Roof's history

    COLUMBIA, S.C. Dylann Roof couldn't find his gun. It was one night in recent weeks, a friend remembers, when he called his mother asking if it was at her house. "She was saying that she didn't have his gun," said Lindsey Fry, who said she overheard...
  • Supremacistas blancos encuentran en la Web a una creciente y molesta audiencia  

    Supremacistas blancos encuentran en la Web a una creciente y molesta audiencia  
    El 14 de julio de 2013, un supremacista blanco llamado Andrew Anglin, desconcertado por la indignación de los estadounidenses negros por la muerte a tiros de Trayvon Martin, comenzó a escribir y plasmar sus pensamientos sobre lo que él veía como un...
  • Expert disagrees with 'homicide' conclusion in Gray's death

    Expert disagrees with 'homicide' conclusion in Gray's death
    Opinion: Asked about the Maryland medical examiner's conclusion that Freddie Gray's death from injuries sustained in police custody was a homicide, Dr. Vincent DiMaio, one of the nation's leading forensic pathologists, said: "I'd have to respectfully...
  • 3 indicted in college student's death in Georgia jail

    Mathew Ajibade was arrested on a domestic violence charge in January and was later found dead, strapped to a chair in a county jail in Savannah, Georgia. A grand jury on Wednesday indicted two former jail employees and a health care worker in the...
  • What happens when a millennial goes fascist? He starts up a neo-Nazi site

    What happens when a millennial goes fascist? He starts up a neo-Nazi site
    Andrew Anglin, 30, the publisher of the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer, wouldn’t say where he was. He wouldn’t even say if he was in America. Anglin has gotten a lot of media requests after the Southern Poverty Law Center said Dylann Roof,...
  • On Web, white supremacists stir up a growing and angry audience

    On Web, white supremacists stir up a growing and angry audience
    On July 14, 2013, a white supremacist named Andrew Anglin, bewildered by black Americans' outrage over the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, began typing out thoughts on what he saw as a distorted world. "The whole George Zimmerman media psycho-drama...
  • SayHerName: Female black lives matter too

    SayHerName: Female black lives matter too
    Four months after Eric Garner died during an altercation with police on Staten Island, N.Y., officers in Cleveland found themselves struggling to subdue a 37-year-old with a history of mental illness. As in Garner's case, the person was black, unarmed...
  • Online manifesto linked to Charleston suspect Dylann Roof shows evolving views on race

    Online manifesto linked to Charleston suspect Dylann Roof shows evolving views on race
    He uploaded snapshots of himself burning the American flag and holding a Confederate one. He railed about blacks taking over neighborhoods and ruining the country. In a chilling vow, he said he would have to be the one to do something about it. Dozens of...
  • Church shooting site to re-open; FBI reviews manifesto

    A small group of parishioners was allowed inside the bullet-scarred Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church on Saturday, getting a firsthand glimpse of the room where nine people from their congregation were slain. Meanwhile, the FBI said it was...
  • 'Manifesto' linked to Dylann Roof found on web

    COLUMBIA, S.C. An alleged manifesto of sorts purportedly belonging to accused Charleston killer Dylann Storm Roof surfaced Saturday on the Internet. The manifesto is laden with racially inflammatory language. Whether he wrote or posted the text...
  • AP News in Brief at 7:58 p.m. EDT

    Black church to hold Sunday service after shooting; FBI reviewing purported manifesto A small group of parishioners was allowed inside the bullet-scarred Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church on Saturday, getting a firsthand glimpse of the room...