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Dylann Roof faces the death penalty or life in prison when the penalty phase of his hate crimes trial resumes on January 3.

Judge Gergel warned Roof that it would be in his best interest to have legal representation, but approved the request and resumed jury selection.

On Monday, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now discussed the Top 10 Stories of 2015, all of which had and will continue to have a longstanding impact on our lives as we move forward into 2016.

After disagreeing on a $5.3 million commission for the flag and repairs for the museum, a $3.6 million budget was considered.

In this special edition of the NewsOne Top 5 we take a look at the top news stories during a summer that gave us plenty to talk about and reflect on. Read more about them, below.

During a Monday interview with comedian Marc Maron, President Barack Obama used the n-word to drive home the point that the shunning of the word in today’s…

Ironically, the incident that “awakened” 21-year-old killer Dylann Roof was the Trayvon Martin case, according to a manifesto that has been attributed to him. We…

As it turns out, Dylann Roof had a pretty racist manifesto. Anyone who had any doubts before, can stop pretending this isn't about race now.

Can someone explain how a judge who has used racial slurs in the past is presiding over this trial?

Killer Mike took to Twitter yesterday shortly after a racially-motivated mass murder tore through a church in Charleston, South Carolina and wondered what would have happened had…

In the wake of the tragedy, civil rights activist Al Sharpton released this statement.