Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said officers could not "ignore the fact that the three victims...were all people of color."
The Canadian student at Cornell University faced possible deportation if convicted of a hate crime.
"He was an innocent victim of a heinous crime," his family said.
The 11-year-old girl said she was attacked on Friday—but there was no evidence to support her claim.
A local New York Muslim activist was attacked and called a terrorist by a group of teenage girls at a local Panera Bread.
He left the bacon, which is forbidden in Islam, around the door of the mosque.
Ph.D. candidate Mohammad Reza Sardari posted a video of the incident on Facebook.
Sean Urbanski is accused of stabbing to death Richard Collins on the University of Maryland campus in May.
An explainer of the controversy surrounding the social network Gab and how they were forced to ban neo-Nazi Weev over an anti-Semitic post.
Carmen Hix took off a week from work and donated $500 worth of food to the church, but was turned away after the pastor found out she's Jewish and a lesbian.
"Whether shouted in their face on the street, daubed on a wall or tweeted into their living room, hateful abuse can have a devastating impact on victims."
No one was injured in the explosion, which is being investigated by the FBI's terrorism task force.
The package came days after two other mosques in the area were vandalized; one had a burnt Quran with bacon inside left on a nearby fence.
There were 22 transgender people killed last year—the most ever recorded—but 2017 is on pace to exceed that figure, according to Human Rights Watch.
Darwin Martinez Torres, 22, is suspected of killing Nabra Hassanen, 17, after getting into an argument with her group of friends.