Daina Renee Forrest had been circling the block in her car, waving a knife out the window and threatening the lives of the young Black kids despite later telling investigators she doesn't believe "it was a race hate crime, no."
A couple's afternoon stroll with her pets turned fatal after a family allegedly attacked them and and their animals, and ultimately led to their cat's untimely death.
Vulchev has previously been arrested for kidnapping his girlfriend and was convicted of making death threats to EU officials.
Bystanders quickly intervened after an Asian man was attacked on a city street in the middle of the day.
The Senate voted 92-6 in favor of progressing the bill, proposed following recent attacks on Asian Americans, to debate.
A high schooler has caused an internet firestorm after he was caught on video dismantling a school's rainbow flag.
A California asian man named Michael Sangbong Rhee was arrested by the Irvine Police Department for a targeted attack on an asian woman he thought was white.
During an interview with the civic media organization A Starting Point (ASP), Hogan spoke about hate crimes against Asian Americans and was asked if he believes that the federal government or state leaders should increase the penalty for hate crimes.
A plain-clothes NYPD officer stopped the attack in the city's Chinatown after a woman told salon workers, "You brought coronavirus to this country."
An Australian restaurant came under international fire for posting racially charged comments against Asian patrons.
"I don't want them here at all. They steal our intellectual property, they give us coronavirus, they don't hold themselves accountable," Kim said of potential Chinese immigrants.
"I'm scared all the time," the Olympic gold medalist said about the fear of attacks against herself and her family.
The 30-year-old was released from state prison in February for charges that included attempted murder.
The letters, which don't address individuals by name, would likely fit the offense of threatening terrorism, according to Utah police.
A recent report found New York City had seen an 833 percent annual increase in reported anti-Asian hate crimes during the pandemic.
Elliot, 38, was taken into custody at 1.10 a.m. in Manhattan's Lower East Side on Wednesday, the New York Police Department confirmed to Newsweek.
Forty-one percent of Asians surveyed said people have acted as if they don't speak English, and about two-thirds reported being asked "Where are you from?"
Local and federal leaders spoke out against the ongoing increase in violence and hate targeting the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities this week, as videos emerged of two new attacks in New York City.
"We continue to see these horrible, disgusting attacks on Asian American New Yorkers and it's got to end," the New York City mayor said.
Since its inception, the designation of "hate crime" has been embraced by law enforcement for its redirection of focus and funding from addressing the root causes of crime to prosecuting individual acts.
"There's no question that the shootings in Atlanta ... has emphasized what many of us have been saying for months: that this is a growing problem that has to be addressed," Arkansas State Senator Jim Hendren told Newsweek.
The best way to stop these crimes, no matter what motivated them, is to bolster police forces and prosecute offenders to the fullest extent of the law.
Police believe the same man assaulted two Asian seniors within an hour on Wednesday morning in San Francisco.
The man who survived his attack said he woke up in an icy bath as the attacker used a knife on him.
Gregory A. Bush pleaded guilty on Thursday to racially charged shootings at a Jeffersontown, Kentucky grocery store from October 2018.
"We hope that the U.S. side will lend an ear to the cries of its own people and the international community," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian told reporters.
Georgia's new hate crime law was spurred by the killing of Ahmaud Arbery and signed by Governor Brian Kemp last year.