The father of WDBJ reporter Alison Parker–one of two WDBJ employees who was murdered on air last week by a disgruntled former reporter–has penned a strong anti-firearm editorial for the Washington Post. "I will do whatever it takes to end gun violence," says Andy Parker. Read on for excerpts from the editorial, along with commentary Parker's essay has inspired.
Chris Hurst, the boyfriend of murdered WDBJ reporter Alison Parker, has shared a heartbreaking proclamation of the love the two shared and kept largely secret for months. Read on for Hurst's full statement, along with touching photos of the couple.
Retailers nationwide are tripping over themselves to get rid of any trace of Confederate flag merchandise from their shelves. See a list of locations that no longer offer Confederate flag merchandise.
After police arrested Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Roof, they paused to get him his requested Burger King. Read on to see the circumstances.
Charles Cotton, a Texan member of the NRA's board of directors, has come under fire for suggesting that the pastor of the church is to blame for the Charleston massacre that left nine people dead this week. Find out what he said, and how the victims' families are responding.