Two brothers were arrested Monday in connection with an incident in Manchester over the weekend that police are calling a hate crime.
The sheriff’s office says the five are charged with felony abduction, assault – hate crime, assault by mob, and also assault and battery.
Proposed state legislation in New York would make falsely reporting certain criminal incidents a hate crime. The bill is gaining support in the wake of a viral video that showed a white woman calling police on a black man who asked her to leash her dog in Central Park.
A Long Island man was arrested for an alleged hate crime in which he used ethnic slurs during an assault outside a popular business, police said.
The Department of Justice said Monday it will consider a request by Georgia’s attorney general to review the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery and assess whether federal hate crime charges should be pursued in the high-profile case.
Reports of hate crimes and bias incidents have spiked 366% in Oregon this year, in part because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A southeastern Missouri man is facing state and federal charges for allegedly torching the Cape Girardeau Islamic Center April 24, the first full day of Ramadan.
Federal investigators are concerned about the potential for hate crimes against minorities in the wake of the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic, according to the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
An East Longmeadow man was arrested Wednesday and charged with transporting explosives in connection with allegedly trying to torch a Jewish nursing home earlier this month, according to newly unsealed court records.
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Brookline Police are thanking the public for helping identify a man possibly connected to the anti-Semitic graffiti this week.
Teen girls were charged with hate crimes after police said they attacked a woman on a New York bus, made “anti-Asian statements” toward her and told her she caused coronavirus.
An unidentified woman and three teens are alleged to have attacked a 51-year-old Asian woman, hitting her on the head with an umbrella after making anti-Asian remarks.
Two children, ages 2 and 6, were among the victims attacked at a Sam’s Club in Midland
The murderer, of Houston, Texas, was handed a death sentence by a jury on Tuesday over the 2010 murders of transgender woman Charlie Rodriguez and homeless woman Reita Long.
Alexa Negrón Luciano — also known as Neulisa Luciano Ruiz — a homeless, transgender woman who was brutally killed in the city of Toa Baja last Monday.
Rep. Sharon Wylie, D-Vancouver, evoked the memory of slain transgender teen Nikki Kuhnhausen before her colleagues last week approved a bill limiting so-called panic defenses.
Kuhnhausen, 17, disappeared in early June. Her remains were discovered Dec. 7 after a human skull was found in the woods at Larch Mountain, southeast of Battle Ground.
The man accused of killing 22 people and wounding two dozen more in a shooting that targeted Mexicans in the border city of El Paso, Texas, has been charged with federal hate crimes, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.
Serena Daniari was at the West 155th Street subway station in Harlem waiting for a C train around 9 p.m. when a man and woman started shouting transphobic slurs at her, Daniari said.
Investigators found handwritten journals referencing anti-Semitic beliefs, along with internet search terms including “German Jewish temples near me,” when they searched the home and phone of a man suspected of stabbing five people at a New York Hanukkah celebration Saturday, according to federal hate crime charges filed Monday.
A man accused in a Hanukkah stabbing attack in New York has been hit with five hate crime charges. Prosecutors said evidence found in the suspect’s home includes anti-Semitic journals.
When a man with a “big machete knife” burst into a rabbi’s home, stabbing victims as they celebrated Hanukkah, Josef Gluck ran away from the danger.
Then he came back to confront it.
Grafton Thomas, accused of stabbing five people at a rabbi’s home in Monsey, New York, was charged with five federal hate crimes Monday. Investigators say they found his handwritten journal with anti-Semitic writings.