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Pittsburgh synagogue massacre

Synagogue shooting suspect pleads not guilty

November 1, 2018

With two more funerals set for Thursday, the anti-Semitic truck driver accused of gunning down 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue pleaded not guilty to federal charges that could put him on death row. (Nov. 1)

After PA massacre, painstaking care for the dead

November 1, 2018

A team of rabbis and volunteers is gathering up blood and other remains from Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue in keeping with Jewish law that says all of the body must be buried. (Nov. 1)

Doctor: Remaining synagogue victims doing well

October 31, 2018

Three of the victims of last week’s Pittsburgh synagogue massacre remain hospitalized. A doctor says the two congregants and one police officer are improving, but that it will be a long process. (Oct. 31)

Rabbi relives horrors of Tree of Life shooting

October 30, 2018

Only days before a gunman entered the Tree of Life Synagogue, Rabbi Jeffrey Myers had posted an online blog encouraging his congregation to make the most of life's moments. On Saturday, he found himself barricaded in a choir loft bathroom. (Oct. 30)

Trump honors victims of synagogue shooting

October 30, 2018

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump paid tribute to the 11 people killed at a Pittsburgh synagogue by placing rocks and flowers on a makeshift memorial (Oct. 30)

Holocaust survivor spared in Pittsburgh shooting

October 30, 2018

As a boy, Judah Samet lived through the horrors of a Nazi concentration camp. Last week, the 80-year-old Holocaust survivor narrowly missed being gunned down at his Pittsburgh synagogue. (Oct. 30)

Funerals for synagogue victims draw hundreds

October 30, 2018

Funerals for synagogue victims draw hundreds

US AG: Shooting ‘an attack on all people of faith’

October 29, 2018

Attorney General Jeff Sessions say the shooting that killed 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue is an "attack on all people of faith." (Oct. 29)

Pence praises police response in synagogue attack

October 29, 2018

During a campaign rally, Vice President Mike Pence praised the police response to the shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue. A gunman killed 11 people and injured four police officers (Oct. 29)

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