Hate Crimes News
Trump tweets strain US-Britain 'special relationship'
Trump's retweets of anti-Muslim videos from leader of British far-right group strain 'special relationship' between U.S. and U.K.
Feds: Ex-police chief lied about hate crime assault
A former New Jersey police chief charged with a hate crime for smashing a handcuffed black man's head into a doorjamb has now been accused of lying to federal authorities about the incident
Man sentenced to 15 years for vandalizing Florida mosque
A man who vandalized a Florida mosque by smashing windows and lights with a machete and leaving bacon at the scene pleaded guilty to criminal mischief to a place of worship
Police seek man after threatening signs left at mosque
Police are seeking a man wearing a jacket with NASA logos who left signs with threatening messages outside a Pennsylvania mosque
Democratic fundraiser accused of shooting gun, yelling slurs
A veteran St. Louis Democratic fundraiser faces charges for allegedly shooting a gun and shouting racial slurs
The Latest: Trump responds to criticism from Theresa May
President Donald Trump says in a tweet that British Prime Minister Theresa May should focus not on him but "on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom."
American's fatal fall off Sydney cliff ruled gay hate crime
A judge has ruled an American's fatal fall off a Sydney cliff nearly three decades ago was a gay hate crime
Britain First: Far-right group Trump retweeted calls itself 'patriotic resistance'
The woman President Trump retweeted videos from this morning, Jayda Fransen, is the deputy leader of a far-right, ultra-nationalist group known as Britain First. In its mission statement , the group calls itself "patriotic resistance" to what it sees as increasing "Islamization" of the U.K. and
FBI probing murder of Syrian-American journalist and her mother in Turkey
The FBI is probing the murders of Syrian-American journalist and onetime ABC News freelancer Halla Barakat and her mother in Turkey, but Turkish authorities have so far declined U.S. offers to assist in the investigation, ABC News has learned. Halla, 23, and her mother Orouba, 60 — both of whom