NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Dylann Roof To Defend Himself, Students Of Color At Ohio State Fear Retaliation After Attack,


Dylann Roof To Defend Himself, Daughter Of Emanuel AME Shooting Victim Unable To Forgive Him

federal judge has granted accused killer and White supremacist Dylann Roof’s request to represent himself in a federal trial that could result in his execution if found guilty.

Prosecutors say the 22-year-old high school dropout targeted the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston in June 2015 to start a race war.

Roof attended their Bible study for almost an hour before removing a pistol from his fanny pack and killing nine parishioners. Five people survived the massacre, two by hiding in a nearby office.

Legal experts say by representing himself, Roof could potentially cross-examine survivors and family members of the deceased, putting them face-to-face with the accused racist killer during his trial.

Students Of Color At Ohio State Fear Retaliation After Terror Attack

One man is dead and at least eleven others hurt after a brazen attack at Ohio State University. On Tuesday, ISIS claimed responsibility for the rampage.

Nearly one day after a bloody attack on campus left several people injured, students at Ohio State University in Columbus are returning to class.

Police say yesterday, 18-year-old Ohio State student Abdul Razak Ali Artan drove his car onto a sidewalk full of pedestrians, then climbed out of the vehicle and stabbed several students with a butcher knife.

WealthU: Tips For Financial Survival During The Holiday Season

Is buying holiday gifts for your loved ones leaving you broke? Between Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and the newly formulated Giving Tuesday, your funds may be a little depleted. After all, retailers are making it easier and easier for you to empty your wallets.

Thankfully, America’s Wealth Coach Deborah Owens joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to share a few tips to help you budget your holiday shopping and not generate a mountain of debt.

To help keep you from going broke and save you a little time while shopping, Owens detailed a list of apps that can help you survive the holiday shopping season.

  • Amazon App: Scan barcodes of items to see if they’re cheaper on
  • Retail Me Not App: Search by store to receive coupons or turn your phone’s location services on to have the app ping when you’re near a store with deals.
  • Target Cartwheel: Scan barcodes to find coupons on store items.
  • QuickScan: Scan a barcode of a potential gift to find out if anywhere in your area is selling it cheaper.

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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