Survivors and families who lost loved ones in the June 2015 attack said the FBI's negligence allowed Dylann Roof to buy the gun he used in the attack.
The memorial honors the nine worshippers murdered by a white supremacist at the church in Charleston, S.C., in June 2015. It is designed by the architect behind the Sept. 11 memorial in New York City.
After a Snapchat post saying she hoped students participating in a walkout to protest gun violence "get shot," Morgan Roof, 18, was taken into custody on drug and weapons charges.
The Charleston church killer says his two attorneys "are Jewish and Indian respectively. It is therefore quite literally impossible that they and I could have the same interests relating to my case."
A new house tour bypasses Charleston's antebellum mansions and takes visitors directly to the quarters where enslaved people lived and worked.
The white man who murdered nine black people in a church in Charleston, S.C., is the first person to receive the death penalty in a federal trial that included hate crimes charges.
The 22-year-old said in court documents that the results of a Google search shaped his beliefs on race years before he murdered nine people in a historically black South Carolina church.
Roof, who was convicted of murdering nine people at a South Carolina church, has dismissed his lawyers and is acting as his own counsel. He faces the death penalty or life in prison.
A jury in Charleston, S.C., has found Roof guilty on all 33 federal hate crime counts for murdering nine people in the basement of a historically black church in 2015. He could be sentenced to death.