On December 28, a masked man brandishing a machete stabbed five people celebrating the seventh night of Hanukkah at a rabbi's home in Monsey, outside New York City.
In just the last two weeks, New York and its suburbs have endured around two dozen crimes appearing to target Jews.
At a campaign event for the Evangelicals for Trump coalition, President Donald Trump said some members of Congress "hate Israel" and "Jewish people," including Representatives Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Jasmine Lucas, 24, is charged with assaulting a 22-year-old man in Williamsburg.
CNN's Jake Tapper asked guests on a news segment Monday if they though media coverage of recent anti-Semitic hate crimes would be different if the attackers were "white supremacists."
Acting Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli said hate crime suspect Grafton Thomas lacked "American values" in a now-deleted tweet, suggesting that the crime may have happened since Thomas's father was allowed to stay in the U.S. under the 1986 amnesty law.
"We have an education system that, from the time these kids are tots, tells them that there's nothing that is really right nor wrong," the former Republican governor told Fox Business.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said he was "horrified" by the Monsey stabbings, calling the acts "despicable" and "cowardly."
This week alone, at least five separate instances of apparently anti-Semitic crimes have rattled the Jewish community, especially as it celebrates Hanukkah.
Several U.S.-based Jewish groups blasted Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani as an outright "anti-Semite" after he repeatedly claimed he's "more of a Jew" than Holocaust survivor and philanthropist George Soros.
Stephen Miller appeared on the Fox Business program 'Trish Regan Primetime' the same day Jewish Democratic House members sent a letter to the White House calling for his resignation.
The Republican Party has responded to claims that two Jackson Township GOP members published anti-Semitic posts on Facebook.
Berlin police say nothing was removed from the unmarked grave at the Invalids' Cemetery.
Police are investigating the alleged fight between members of the Alpha Epsilon Pi and Pi Kappa Phi fraternities on the university's flagship Bloomington campus.
Rabbi Jack Moline said the president himself is "fanning the flames" of bigotry by using anti-Semitic tropes.
Trump has been accused of regular and unapologetic use of anti-Semitic language, most recently during a speech to the Israeli American Council last weekend.
The city of Des Moines says William Stark has First Amendment rights to display swastika painting in his yard opposite Morris Elementary school.
The reported executive order would help the Education Department crack down on anti-Semitism on college campuses, but also stifle boycott movements targeting the state of Israel.
Rabbis from the historic Washington D.C. synagogue Sixth and I said anti-Semitic graffiti was discovered carved into the doors of the building and that they were "not surprised by this happening."
Ukraine elected its first Jewish president in May, but vandalism targeting Jewish monuments and memorials has raised concerns about anti-Semitism.
The indictment charged Richard Holzer with obstructing the free exercise of religious worship and two other counts related to the alleged plot.
The University of Toronto Graduate Students' Union has apologized after being accused of anti-semitism over its refusal to support a campaign to make kosher food available on campus.
An African American student at Syracuse University reported being called a racial slur, prompting the university to suspend one fraternity and shut down social activities for all others.
The number of religious bias crimes, like the number of bias crimes in general, has risen sharply in recent years.
The U.K. will hold an election in December and the new prime minister could be a man who's struggled to quell anti-Semitism in his party.
Hanson Richard Larkin has admitted to sending threatening text messages to an anonymous person who wished no contact with him. He traveled by train to Orlando, all the while sending anti-Semitic text messages and threatening to do violence against Jewish people.
A group associated with the Nazi Party posted fliers with swastikas and a message to "Love your folk" around the Tempe campus of Arizona State University.
PayPal's move to exclude Molyneux from their service is its latest rebuke to far-right ideologues. The company has previously stopped services to the KKK and other right-wing organizations.
The president of the Conference of European Rabbis said society must "come to terms with this threat and this danger" as online hate leads to terror attacks.