CNN's Jake Tapper asked guests on a news segment Monday if they though media coverage of recent anti-Semitic hate crimes would be different if the attackers were "white supremacists."
Acting Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli said hate crime suspect Grafton Thomas lacked "American values" in a now-deleted tweet, suggesting that the crime may have happened since Thomas's father was allowed to stay in the U.S. under the 1986 amnesty law.
At least nine men were victimized as part the overall scheme, which occurred in December 2017.
In addition to hurling racial epithets, court filings alleged that Stuart Rollins "exposed his buttocks and penis in front of the family."
On this International Trans Day of Remembrance, a new report says 311 trans people were murdered worldwide this year.
The number of religious bias crimes, like the number of bias crimes in general, has risen sharply in recent years.
The attorney for a Texas man accused of brutally beating a transgender woman in April has been released from jail, after a judge had earlier found him in contempt after trial "outbursts."
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said he was "disgusted" by the act, disclosing that he directed the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to join the investigation.
Domingo Ramirez-Cavente, 29, was arrested in connection with the shooting of a transgender woman on Friday night. He has admitted to the crime.
In an audio recording, Bordentown Police Chief Frank Nucera Jr. can be heard saying "It's gonna get to the point where I could shoot one of these [N-words]."
The incident comes just weeks after an African-American staffer's office in the Department of Education was vandalized.
But the application of this bill, should it pass the Senate and be signed into law by President Donald Trump, an uncertain prospect unto itself, may leave behind perpetrators of hate in various parts of the country.
Bro told Newsweek that, with this legal action, she hopes "to send a strong message to others who would use murder as a hate crime."
Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina and Wyoming are the only states in the country with no hate crime laws.
The threats contained a pair of laudatory comments about President Donald Trump, invoking him in furtherance of the genocidal language.
Former presidents Barack Obama and George H.W. Bush did not appear in ABC's widespread search of federal and state criminal cases.
Patrick Crusius, charged with capital murder for the El Paso mass shooting, told police he was targeting "Mexicans," according to an affidavit released Friday.
"I would say it again to them."
The posters were located in a New York subway station. "Hate has no place in the transit system and we work hard to make the subway a welcoming, safe environment for everyone," said MTA officials.
"Please tell me that synagogue is burning to the ground if not, it's poor preparation," Tristan Morgan reportedly told police when he was arrested.
The suspect used the screen name "Adolf Hitler (((6 Million)))" while gaming online, according to reports.
"There were many more hoax hate crimes than there were actual," he said on the morning program, failing to cite any sources.
"Fine…let's say they called him n*****…would that make them racists, or just assholes?" Eric Blankenstein wrote in a blog post 14 years ago.
The incident is the latest discrimination controversy to engulf ridesharing platforms.
Take Back Oak Lawn group issues crime advisory alert after several attacks in recent days.
The Canadian student at Cornell University faced possible deportation if convicted of a hate crime.
Mark Weber, director of the California-based Institute for Historical Review, received a letter from Britain's Home Office telling him he is no longer allowed.