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The suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting is facing 29 charges — including multiple counts of two hate crimes — after committing what the Anti-Defamation League says is the "deadliest attack" against the Jewish community in U.S. history. Online, the suspect's targeting of Jews was well-documented on Gab, an alternative social media platform that marketed "free speech" and attracted white nationalists and neo-Nazis. Following the Pittsburgh shooting, the website — which claims to have more than 700,000 users — has been "no-platformed" by online hosting providers like GoDaddy and payment processors like PayPal. Watch Video
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President Trump Heads To Pittsburgh After Synagogue Shooting
President Donald Trump heads to Pittsburgh on Tuesday in the wake of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting that left 11 people dead and six others wounded. But Pittsburgh's own mayor and leaders of a Pittsburgh-based Jewish group have asked him not to come. The city's Mayor Bill Peduto said he thinks Trump should wait to make the trip because the funerals for the victims start on Tuesday and continue through Friday. Watch Video
​Congressional Democrats Call For Emergency Hearing On Domestic Terror
In a letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, Democratic lawmakers asked for the committee to do more about racial and religious violence, including re-examining current federal hate crime laws. The letter was spurred by three violent acts over the last week, which the letter called "acts of terror": the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, the series of bombs mailed to prominent Democrats, and the racially-motivated killing of two African-Americans in Kentucky. Watch Video
Jimmy Carter Asks Georgia Secretary Of State Brian Kemp To Resign
Former president and former Georgia governor Jimmy Carter is calling for Georgia's secretary of state, Republican Brian Kemp, to resign. Carter's request comes amid accusations Kemp is trying to suppress the minority vote. In a letter to Kemp obtained by The Associate Press, Carter wrote: "You are now overseeing the election in which you are a candidate. This runs counter to the most fundamental principle of democratic elections — that the electoral process be managed by an independent and impartial election authority." Watch Video
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The Day Ahead
Here's an early look at what's happening today: 

10 am - SCOTUS hears oral arguments

10:30 am - Apple hosts hardware launch event in New York

5 pm - Vice President Pence attends a National Republican Senatorial Committee event in Birmingham, Alabama

President Trump meets with families of those killed in the Pittsburgh synagogue attack


All times are Eastern and subject to change

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