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.
Brianna "BB" Hill was shot and killed at 11:30 am CT on Monday in Kansas City. Hill was the second transgender person murdered in the Kansas City area this year, and is estimated to be the 21st nationwide.
The school teacher is currently on suspension and is being investigated by the school district after the incident was posted on Facebook and went viral.
The alleged attack comes after President Donald Trump used the same words for four Democratic congresswomen.
A gay Wisconsin man is recuperating after he was assaulted so badly that his jaw was broken and all of his teeth had to be pulled. He claims that it was a homophobic hate crime.
Glass was smashed, tables overturned and the N-word was scrawled on the restaurant's walls.
The New York State Division of Human Rights has been asked to open an investigation into an alleged hate crime on a school bus.
"Hatred will not stop us—it shows us more and more that we need to stand taller, shout louder and love harder," read a statement from the LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada.
Samuel Whitt jailed for 54 months after destroying rental home he was evicted from in November 2016.
Andrew Smith is accused of misdemeanor disorderly conduct and committing a hate crime following the alleged racist incident.
"Just because we are from a different faith does not mean we are not human beings," said Irfan Sheikh, a member of the Islamic Center of Tucson's board of directors.
Gary Ray Bowles confessed to brutally murdering six gay men over an eight-month period in 1994. After 20 years on death row, his execution is scheduled for Thursday.
Hate crime investigations have been launched after three Jewish men were attacked in a short space of time in Brooklyn.
Graham Williamson becomes second person to admit federal hate crime charges following racist incident in 2017.
Monday's incident occurs just weeks after President Donald Trump made racist admonitions to four Democratic members of Congress.
Police in London are investigating a possible hate crime attack at a Pride event.
The victim was shot in the leg multiple times, investigators said.
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."