After the 9/11 attacks, many Americans faced discrimination and acts of violence due to increased Islamophobia.
Holly Donohoe, who runs a boutique in Jacksonville, says she has dealt with customers getting violent and abusive over her store's mask policy.
An attorney for Jermaine Ware said his client faced different kinds of workplace discrimination and harassment.
The former vice president of the undergraduate student government at USC explains why she resigned.
Alaska Airlines Flight 422 was forced to return to Seattle-Tacoma Airport shortly after a male passenger was filmed saying he would "kill everybody" on the plane.
The ex-Senate staffer, who alleged that Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993, acknowledged in an Associated Press interview that she did not explicitly accuse the former vice president of sexual assault or harassment in a limited report she filed.
Dr. Jessica Taylor has been been subjected to online abuse from thousands of angry men who had merely learned the title of her upcoming book: "Why Women are Blamed for Everything: Exploring Victim Blaming of Women Subjected to Violence and Trauma."
People on Twitter are calling out Peter Nygard, after FBI investigators raided his offices over a week ago. The fashion executive has been accused of sexual assault and sex-trafficking.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he was "wrong" to make comments that offended his employees that signed nondisclosure agreements. "I don't remember what they were," Bloomberg said, "but if it bothered them I was wrong and I apologize. I'm sorry for that."
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders called for his supporters to end their harassment of the Nevada Culinary Workers Union after the union warned its members against Sanders' Medicare for All plan. "We can certainly disagree on issues," Sanders said, "but we must do it in a respectful manner."
After issuing a joint statement in November, Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky, and Diana Falzone formed Lift Our Voices, an organization dedicated to supporting those silenced by non-disclosure agreements after facing harassment or discrimination in the workplace.
A Hawaii man is accused of harassing a North Salt Lake family for more than a year, sending them unwanted services and sending death threats to their daughter.
At the peak of the visits, as many as 20 people were turning up at the house every day.
Amid a barrage of criticisms from U.S. Marines over an article which revealed the identity of a Marine reservist being harassed over nude pictures of herself, the service's top brass backed the embattled Marine and asked for a full retraction of the story.
Reverend Amal Samy denies allegations that he attempted to touch and be touched by a technician aboard a cruise ship, as well as witness statements that claim he exposed himself to a female masseuse.
Mido Mourad said he called police to the TJ Maxx store in Brooklyn, New York City, after a white woman allegedly harassed his family and assaulted him.
The 16-year-old activist said people were writing threats to her 13-year-old sister and the rest of their family in an interview with Swedish news outlet Dagens Nyheter.
A Boston area utility worker wearing a Trump 2020 hat was fired after allegedly harassing a woman outside her home, due to bumper stickers on the woman's car.
An Alabama grandmother says a school resource officer harassed her granddaughter by using inappropriate statements.
One in five New Yorkers say they've been "inappropriately touched" by costumed performers in the popular tourist attraction.
Results from a new study suggest that 6.5 percent of women were forced into their first time—either physically or through other forms of pressure.
This is the second case this week in which Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin has had to pay for launching a "troll storm" against someone.
Thomas Ray Gourneau could be sentenced to up to six months in jail and a $2,000 fine for sending an explicit chocolate bar to a jailer in the sheriff's office.
The unnamed teacher was suspended immediately after the student complained of his post-class advances.
There are lots of comments standing up for the 'Big Brother' houseguest, too.
"This isn't oversight, this is now try-to-harass-the-president time," Hannity said, reacting to Mueller's planned July appearances in front of Congress.
The Fox News Monday morning crew said Nielsen was tasked with an "impossible" and "thankless" job.
Ryan Sharp, 33, is accused of waging a six-week campaign of harassment following the February altercation.
In the modern era, the festival includes a bonfire and the throwing of bright powders. But critics warn it has a dark side.
"It happened in front of other people. People make jokes about it," Montgomery said about the harassment.