A Virginia school district is investigating video appearing to show a teacher's assistant wrapping a "Make America Great Again" flag supporting President Donald Trump around a student's head.
"She felt she had to stand up for herself and for other people," Emmanuel Santos said of his wife, Rosiane Santos, who is now facing deportation.
A Massachusetts woman was arrested for assaulting a man wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat at a Mexican restaurant.
"What about MAGA and the tens of millions of people you insulted with your racist and dangerous comments!?" the president posted.
James Phillips, 57, of Cottonwood, Tennessee was jailed and slapped with wanton endangerment and making terroristic threats.
"What's the matter, don't you want justice for him anymore?" Trump Jr. tweeted.
"I hope there is a future in which the MAGA hat is looked down upon," Washington Post columnist Matt Sears said.
A Catholic diocese investigation into the Lincoln Memorial standoff between high school students and Native American activists found no wrongdoing on behalf of the "MAGA" hat-wearing students.
The BBC's Washington correspondent Gary O'Donoghue describe the attack as "incredibly violent" in a radio interview.
A pro-Trump writer and social media personality wrote an op-ed piece claiming "white men are the most hated" group of people in the United States.
The 29-year-old actor also said Brady should "stop winning things."
"Please continue to keep the Covington Catholic Community in your prayers," Principal Robert Rowe said.
"The behavior shown in that video is just a snapshot of what indigenous people have faced and are continuing to face," Representative Ruth Buffalo, a North Dakota state lawmaker and member of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, said.
In the short version of the controversial video, dozens of teenagers wearing MAGA hats appeared to be mocking, taunting and yelling at Omaha elder Nathan Phillips.
While the senator talked to attendees outside a roundtable campaign event, a man came, rolled out a Trump banner and began yelling.
A self-proclaimed "right to life" Brooklyn man told a female U.S. Senator he was "going to put a bullet" in her for criticizing President Donald Trump, federal prosecutors allege.
A border vigilant said he doesn't want the migrants and asylum seekers in the country illegally or legally.
As news of casualties and the devastation caused by a recent spate of forest fires broke last weekend, the president blamed California for the disaster while also threatening to cut federal payments to a state which had overwhelmingly rejected Trump and his party at the polls earlier this month.
A seemingly boozy Trump supporter was booted from an Arizona watering hole after she sported a President Donald Trump-signature MAGA cap.
The lawsuit claimed his First and 14th Amendment rights were violated.