Emanuel AME church

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About a third of the seats were unfilled in a convention center ballroom where Donald Trump spoke in South Carolina on Wednesday.

It’s been a little over a month since the horrific Emanuel AME Church shooting took place in Charleston, S.C., claiming the lives of nine African-Americans.…

President Obama will eulogize Rev. Clementa Pinckney and eight other worshipers who were killed last week during a Bible study at an African-American church in…

Just one week after a gunman killed nine people during Bible study at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, worshippers gathered once more in the…

Even though they’re on different sides of the aisle, President Barack Obama and former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney both agree that it’s time to…

In what is clearly yet another ironic twist in the Charleston church massacre, one of shooter Dylann Roof’s best friends was Black, and said he still…

In today’s edition of the NewsOne Top 5, we take a look an in depth look at the Mother Emanuel AME Church mass shooting in Charleston SC.

In the wake of the Emanuel AME massacre, African-American churches need to review their security protocols. Dr. Freddie Haynes, Sr. Pastor of Friendship-West Baptist Church,…

Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now via phone to discuss the Emanuel AME massacre that claimed the lives of nine worshipers.…

CNN and the Charlotte Observer reports that Dylann Roof, the suspect in the fatal shooting at a Charleston church, was caught in Shelby, North Carolina. The FBI has confirmed to CNN that Roof is in custody. The shooting occurred about 9 p.m. at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston. Roof opened fire on […]

History of Charleston's "Mother Emanuel" A.M.E. Church as presented on its own site: http://t.co/qPJcEzbPz9 pic.twitter.com/GCOEaXRXU1 — Robert McNamara (@history1800s) June 18, 2015 A tragedy still…