Hate Crime

Fox News reports that the Brazilian mom confessed to stabbing her teenage son to death because she couldn’t accept that he was gay.

Two Charlotte teens have been charged with attempted murder, a third suspect is being held and a fourth suspect’s status is unclear in connection with the hatchet attack of a transgender woman near Clanton Park last week. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Destiny Dagraca and Dajion Tanner, both 18, are charged with attempted first-degree murder, […]

Authorities arrest five teenage boys for spray painting racist graffiti on an historic Black schoolhouse. However, they declined to charge them with a hate crime or identify their race.

A White Oregon couple accused of running down a Black teen in a convenience store parking lot on August 10 will face additional hate crime charges.

Walker told WGRZ that he would not be "intimidated," and remain vigilant as an active member of his community on Monday after receiving the hateful note, but it's unclear if and when he will return to duty.

Dylann Roof's lawyer, Sarah Gannett, said the charges are "extremely grave" and "under the Constitution they are not properly charged."

The country is still in a state of shock and mourning after the shooting rampage in Orlando on Sunday that left 50 people dead and 53 wounded. The mass shooting, which took place during Pride Week at gay hotspot Pulse, has been deemed the most deadly shooting spree in U.S. history. The LGBT community is feeling […]

Vandals removed American flags and toppled stones of Black veterans. The police are investigating whether it was a hate crime.

One brief moment in time would prove fatal for the Staten Island teen, who family and friends lovingly called, "Poppa Jawn."

Louisiana House Bill 953, or the 'Blue Lives Matter Bill," extends provisions under the current hate crime law, covering police officers, EMS workers and first responders.

Pastor Jordan Brown, founder of the Church of Open Doors in Austin, said in a statement that the grocery chain "did nothing wrong. I was wrong to pursue this matter and use the media to perpetuate this story.”

Ariel Agudio, Alexis Briggs and Asha Burwell were each indicted on a charge of third-degree assault and multiple counts of falsely reporting an incident.