All judges on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals have recused themselves from Roof's case, leaving him without a judge to hear his appeal.
"No cold record or careful parsing of statutes and precedents can capture the full horror of what Roof did," said the three-judge panel from the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court in its decision.
Rev. Sharon Risher told Newsweek she is calling for an end to federal executions, even though it will spare the life of the white supremacist who killed her 70-year-old mother, two cousins and a childhood friend at Emanuel AME Church in 2015.
People on social media pointed out the courteous treatment of white supremacist Dylann Roof by police in 2015 in the wake of Rayshard Brooks' killing.
White House senior adviser Stephen Miller merged his dual-pronged obsession with immigrants and crime through "off-the-record observation[s]" he provided to Breitbart News about illegal immigrant violence against Americans.
The British man wrote a letter to the Charleston mass shooter thanking him for "opening my eyes" to racial "cleansing."
"I adore and support [Dylann Roof] and have since day one," one post on Tumblr read.
"I hope it's a trap and y'all get shot we know it's fixing to be nothing but black people walkin out anyway."
"I figured that there was something there," "alt-right" activist Brad Griffin says.
Emanuel Samson allegedly opened fire on chuchgoers in Tennessee because he wanted revenge for Dylann Roof's targeting of blacks in a South Carolina church.
"Not only is he a racist but he's a racist with untreated mental illness. So under diff circumstances he's Dylann Roof."
"Confederate monuments have become symbols of modern white supremacy and neo-Nazism," the college's president said.
The legislation would prohibit Americans convicted of misdemeanor hate crimes from obtaining guns.
The Anti-Defamation League's new report, "A Dark and Constant Rage," chronicles 25 years of right-wing terrorism in the U.S.
Dylann Roof, 23, was charged in state court with murdering nine African-American parishioners as they closed their eyes in prayer at a Bible study session.
Survivors and victims' families are suing the federal government, claiming it botched Dylann Roof's gun background check.
Jury condemns white supremacist Dylann Roof to death for the hate-fueled killings of nine black parishioners at a Bible study meeting in a Charleston, South Carolina, church in 2015.
Roof, a 22-year-old white supremacist who is representing himself, did not ask the jury to spare his life for the 2015 massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.
Judge said he would hold a second competency hearing "in an abundance of caution" after Roof's standby lawyers filed a motion about his mental fitness to stand trial.
Guilty of federal hate crimes, Charleston shooter still faces a state trial.
Dylann Roof guilty of federal hate crimes resulting in the deaths of nine black parishioners.
Two months before the shooting, Roof purchased a pistol and stockpiled ammunition.
He appeared both animated and at ease as he spoke to investigators, laughing at times as he answered their questions.
The trials of Michael Slager, a white, ex-cop accused of murdering unarmed Walter Scott, and Dylann Roof, accused of a church massacre, take place across the street from each other.