Dylann Roof enters the court room to enter his guilty plea on murder charges in Charleston, S.C. (Grace Beahm/AP)
INDIANA
Church shooter moved to federal death row

South Carolina church shooter Dylann Roof is now on federal death row in Indiana.

Charleston County jail records showed that Roof left custody there Friday. Federal records showed Saturday that Roof is being held at the U.S. penitentiary in Terre Haute, Ind. The facility houses federal inmates sentenced to death.

On June 17, 2015, Roof killed nine black worshipers during a Bible study at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C. A jury convicted Roof on federal hate crime charges in December and sentenced him to death.

Associated Press

SPACE STATION
Capsule named for Glenn arrives

A supply ship named for late astronaut John Glenn arrived at the International Space Station on Saturday.

Astronauts used the station’s big robot arm to grab the capsule 250 miles above Germany.

NASA’s commercial shipper, Orbital ATK, named the spacecraft the S.S. John Glenn in honor of the first American to orbit Earth. Glenn died in December at age 95.

The capsule rocketed from Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Tuesday with nearly 7,700 pounds of food, experiments and other goods. It will remain at the orbiting outpost until July, when it is let go to burn up in the atmosphere.

Associated Press

Declaration of Independence copy found: Harvard University researchers said that they have found a second parchment copy of the Declaration of Independence, the Boston Globe reported Friday. Emily Sneff and Danielle Allen found the copy in a records office in southern England. The document dates to the 1780s and is believed to have belonged to a duke who supported colonists in the Revolutionary War. The only other parchment copy is at the U.S. National Archives.

Presley home damaged in fire: A home bought by Elvis Presley in 1956 was damaged by fire Saturday, authorities said. The Commercial Appeal reported that the unoccupied Memphis home was under renovation. Memphis Fire Lt. Wayne Cooke said that the electrical fire started in a wall. Firefighters responded just after 7:30 a.m., and the fire was under control 20 minutes later, he said. Cooke did not have an estimate for the damage. Presley lived there for about a year.

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