Officials say the man accused of killing 26 people at a Texas church had sent threatening text messages to his mother-in-law who sometimes attended the house of worship. Continue reading
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES (NOVEMBER 05, 2017) (NBC) – A good samaritan who was one of a pair of men that tracked down the alleged gunman who killed at least 26 worshippers and wounded 20 others with an assault rifle after storming a church in rural Texas on Sunday (November 5), said he was just doing what he thought was right.
A church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas on Sunday has left 26 people dead and 20 wounded, authorities said.
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, TEXAS UNITED STATES (NOVEMBER 5, 2017) (NBC) – A gunman entered a church in a small town in southeast Texas on Sunday (November 5) and began firing, resulting in “multiple” fatalities and injuries, local media reported, citing the county authorities. Continue reading
Nearly two dozen major technology companies are planning to launch a coalition to demand legislation that would allow illegal immigrants a path to permanent residency. Fred Katayama reports. Continue reading
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES (AUGUST 13, 2017) (NBC) – Rally organizer Jason Kessler, whom civil rights groups identified as a white nationalist blogger, attempted to hold a press conference outside city hall in Charlottesville on Sunday (August 13), but was quickly shouted down by protesters. The crowd approached Kessler, who was quickly taken away by state police.
Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler says the Charlottesville police refused to do their job on Saturday after the white nationalist rally descended into deadly clashes. Continue reading
U.S. authorities begin to investigate the deadly violence stemming from a white nationalist rally in Virginia that challenged President Trump’s leadership. Linda So reports. Continue reading
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES (AUGUST 12, 2017) (REUTERS) – White nationalists clashed with counter-demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday (August 12), prompting the governor to declare an emergency and halt a rally to protest the planned removal of a Confederate general’s statue from a public park.
Twenty five years after Henry Keith Watson took part in a brutal attack on white truck driver Reginald Denny – an incident that helped spark the 1992 Los Angeles riots – he says current disparities and racism in south LA could easily incite people to riot again.