Koko Da Doll, an Atlanta woman who gained notice in a documentary about transgender Black women, was shot to death in Atlanta. Her sister Kilya Williams and other relatives said police told them the 35-year-old transgender woman appears to have been shot after leaving an apartment complex.
A federal grand jury indicted Billie R. Davis, who is accused of stabbing an 18-year-old university student on a bus in Bloomington "because of the victim's race and national origin," officials said.
The annual report says instances of harassment, assault and propaganda are all on the rise. It warns public officials and social media stars have helped normalize longstanding antisemitic tropes.
Nationally, the number of hate crimes reported by the FBI increased from 8,120 in 2020 to 9,065 in 2021.
The victim, who was brutally attacked after he tried to move into their remote village on Maui, wouldn't have been beaten if he wasn't white, a U.S. judge said in sentencing two men for a hate crime.
The new unit is a broader effort by Gov. Kathy Hochul to address hate crimes and violence across the state in response to Buffalo's deadly mass shooting that killed 10 Black people.
Axel Cox, 24, of Gulfport, Miss., who burned a cross in his front yard, was charged with violating the Fair Housing Act over the December 2020 incident.
Arbery's killing on Feb. 23, 2020, became part of a larger national reckoning over racial injustice and killings of unarmed Black people.
A key aide to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. who helped sustain the civil rights movement in the 1960s says she's deeply saddened by the hate crimes seeking to terrorize people across America. But Xernona Clayton has been working for racial harmony since the movement began, and refuses to accept mass killings as routine.
K-Pop stars BTS met with President Biden Tuesday to talk about inclusion and representation. There's been an increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders.
Hear Brunswick residents share what the historic hate crimes verdict means to them moving forward.
A jury in Brunswick, Ga., found defendants Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael and William "Roddie" Bryan guilty of hate crimes in the 2020 shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery.
Wanda Cooper-Jones and Marcus Arbery praised the guilty verdict, while vowing to continue pursuing justice for their son and remembering his legacy.
The jury in the federal hate crimes trial of three white male defendants will decide whether Arbery was killed because of the color of his skin.
Prosecutors relied heavily on racist evidence from cell phones and testimony from acquaintances, but the defense called only one witness.