The 21-year-old suspect in the massacre at the The Emmanuel African Methodist Church in Charleston is expected to make a court appearance today. He’ll have a bond hearing. Roof was arrested in Shelby, North Carolina yesterday just hours after the murders of six women and three men in the church. There is a prayer vigil planned for tonight in Charleston.
We’ve got Fox team coverage and in-depth analysis today.
It’s been two weeks since the convicted murderers David Sweat and Richard Matt escaped from a prison in upstate New York. They’ve been added to the U.S. Marshals Service’s 15 Most Wanted fugitives list. (did you know there are more than 130 prison escapees on the loose across the country?!) Rick Leventhal reporting.
Prosecutors getting closer to wrapping up their case in the James Holmes murder trial. He’s accused of killing 12 and injuring another 70 in an attack on a movie theater in Colorado.
President Obama speaks today in San Francisco to the U.S. Conference of Mayors. At a fundraiser last night, President Obama acknowledged he’s been unable to end political gridlock in Washington, and he’s failed at ending the bitter partisanship of the nation’s capital.
The Faith and Freedom Conference continues today in Washington. Several prominent Republicans are set to speak.
John Roberts today covers the possible official entry of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie into the race for the White House.
There are new flood warnings out for areas of Arkansas and Missouri as soaking rains move in.. the same storms that left two dead in Oklahoma and dumped as much as 10 inches of rain on Texas.
New regulations to limit emissions from big rigs and heavy-duty trucks are being unveiled today. The rules will raise fuel efficiency requirements for all most larger vehicles.
We may be seeing the beginning of a bank panic in Greece as it gets closer to default and a possible exit from the Euro currency zone. Amy Kellogg reporting.
Former NBC News main anchor Brian Williams is on the Today Show this morning to apologize for making up stories. He’s been under suspension for almost six months. He’ll return to air, but only at MSNBC and in a diminished role. Our media panel weighs in.