The victim said her head was bashed into the concrete ground multiple times by an assailant in Patchogue.
New York police say they have arrested the man responsible for burning three rainbow pride flags during two separate incidents outside a gay bar in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan.
Mary Taylor Memorial said they will not be dissuaded from supporting the LGBT community following the latest incident.
The man was left "absolutely traumatized" by the incident and has not been able to return to work.
John Mata is accused of threatening three men, two of which were wearing traditional Muslim attire.
The incident comes amid a rise in anti-Latino and anti-Hispanic crime in California.
British charity NSPCC said the number of children who are victims of hate crime has risen by 20 percent since 2016.
DA's Office said Grace Elisabeth Ziesmer will not face hate crime enhancement counts due to insufficient evidence that the posters were directed at Jewish people.
The Anti-Defamation League's annual audit reported 1,879 anti-Semitic incidents against Jews and Jewish institutions across the U.S. in 2018.
Holden Matthews, 21, the son of Louisiana Deputy Roy Matthews of the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office, was arrested and charged with three counts of simple arson over a string of suspicious local fires at three historically black local churches.
The woman hurled anti-Hispanic remarks at the 33-year-old man.
"I know people get angry, and they want to take out their frustration and anger on somebody. It's just a bit much."
The mother claims her 17-year-old son suffered a concussion from the fight and was given in-school suspension as a punishment.
Alan D. Covington faces a maximum sentence of life in prison in convicted of racist attack.
They said the outlets were guilty of putting the blame on supporters of President Donald Trump without sufficient evidence.
"At this point I was fairly certain that that kick had just killed him," Deehring, a victim of the attack, said in reference to his boyfriend.
"It just makes your heart sink."
In Los Angeles, at least three Orthodox Jewish women say a man has been yanking their modest wigs from their heads.
Widening the hate crime law review's remit has prompted some criticism.
The people in the car were allegedly taking drugs and made Islamophobic comments before driving into a crowd of Muslims.
"This is a random, despicable criminal act against a member of the Sikh community," Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson said.
One woman declared she would "kill some Indians" unless authorities chose to "keep the animals locked up."
"I will f**k you up in a f**kin' heartbeat, you f**kin' little f*****."