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Year after Pittsburgh synagogue mass shooting, gun reform stalls

One year after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting claimed 11 lives, and nearly three months after President Donald Trump promised decisive action regarding mass shootings, the White House has allowed gun reform talks on Capitol Hill to stall -- failing to follow through on any of the proposals Trump has floated.

How they moved on after their houses of worship were attacked

When a house of worship is attacked -- when it becomes a crime scene, stained with blood -- how do you move forward? How do you come back to worship and make it a safe, holy place again? How do you support your congregation as it reels from the loss?

Worshippers fill Tree of Life Synagogue despite police tape

In a short but impassioned sermon Saturday, Rabbi Jeffrey Myers blamed politicians for a rise in hateful rhetoric, saying it led to the massacre at his synagogue last week in which 11 Jews were slain in the worst anti-Semitic attack in US history.

First Shabbat since Pittsburgh massacre unites communities

With police tape marking the barriers of their makeshift congregation, members of this city's grieving Jewish community welcomed the Sabbath outside of the Tree of Life Synagogue on Friday evening, an emotional act of worship and defiance just six days after the synagogue witnessed the worst anti-Semitic attack in American history.

Steelers quarterback honors shooting victims with custom cleats

The NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers paid tribute to the Tree of Life synagogue shooting victims with custom-made cleats. The cleats feature a modified version of the Steelers logo, with its yellow star substituted with the Jewish Star of David, and the phrase "Stronger Than Hate."

Jewish hospital: Suspect spewed hate as he was treated

When the man charged with killing 11 people Saturday at a Pittsburgh synagogue arrived with injuries at Allegheny General Hospital, the staff -- some of whom are Jewish -- stepped up and did their jobs, even as he continued to spew hate, their boss said.

Pittsburgh shooting suspect indicted on 44 charges

The suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre faces 44 federal charges -- most of them death penalty offenses -- in the slaying of 11 worshippers during last weekend's Shabbat services, according to a grand jury filing released Wednesday.