What's fact, fiction, and yet to be determined about “the darkest day of Pittsburgh’s history”
Mayor Bill Peduto called for a worldwide moment of silence at noon on the heels of another mass shooting.
Fienberg, a former researcher at Pitt, was remembered as "engaging" and "elegant," while Stein's son noted his devotion to family.
"Ultimately, we know we can make our community safer by having some common sense gun laws," state Rep. Dan Frankel said Sunday.
29 federal and 36 state charges have been filed against the Pittsburgh-area man.
An FBI agent said the synagogue shooter in Pittsburgh “targeted [the victims] simply because of their faith.”
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The gunman told police "he wanted all Jews to die and also that they (Jews) were committing genocide to his people."