Hate Crimes News
Charlottesville violence revives painful past for minorities
The violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, revived a painful past for minorities and the activists who once led the civil rights movement
UN experts: Charlottesville exemplifies rising racism in US
Three United Nations human rights experts are decrying rising racism and xenophobia in the United States and urging U.S. authorities to punish perpetrators of hate crimes
Minnesota man accused of throwing pig's foot at Somalis
Authorities allege a Minnesota man threw a pig's foot at Somalis at a farmers market
Man recounts pushing fiancee away from car during protest
A man who is seen in a photo from Saturday's protest in Virginia -- flying through the air as a car charges through a crowd of peaceful demonstrators -- is recalling several minutes of terror, as he worried about his fiancee
Florida man pleads guilty in 2016 Jewish center bomb plot
A Florida man has pleaded guilty to plotting to bomb a Jewish center during Passover
Cops: Man threatened to rape NYC politician, kill gay police
Authorities say a man threatened to rape the New York City Council speaker, kill her family and kill all the city's gay police officers
Kimmel on Trump: 'He does need to go'
The late night host criticized President Trump about his comments regarding the violence against protesters in Charlottesville.
Teen accused of vandalizing Holocaust memorial faces judge
A 17-year-old boy accused of vandalizing the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston has been arraigned in juvenile court
Suspected driver in Charlottesville ramming charged with murder
20 year-old James Fields made his first court appearance today; he was reportedly seen chanting "white power" at the rally.
New York gets tougher on community center bomb threats
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed into law legislation increasing the penalties for bomb threats following a spate of such threats called into Jewish Community Centers