U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly of the Eastern District of New York temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s travel ban on Saturday.
"When I would come into contact with people that I knew were going to vote for Trump -- I knew these were people who did not want minorities to succeed in this country."
Two students from a charter school in Washington, D.C have been expelled for framing a Muslim student for a bomb threat they sent through his email account.
A Muslim woman who stood in silent protest at a Donald Trump campaign even Friday was escorted from the rally while Trump supporters chanted "get out" and "you have a bomb."
William Celli, 55, is being held at the Contra Costa County Jail on a $525,000 bond after an anonymous caller tipped police off about Celli’s activities. The owner of a plumbing company was charged with possessing an explosive device and making criminal threats.
A Bay Area state worker has been charged with a hate crime after she threw coffee on a Muslim man during a prayer service.
A Muslim student was asked by her teacher last Monday if she was carrying a bomb in her backpack.
Donald Trump‘s latest ethnic condemnation has hit the Muslim community hard, launching a number of anti-Islam attacks and vitriolic speech from many Americans who don’t seem to understand that the religion is one of love. The Republican candidate’s views come in the midst of incidents surrounding those of radicalized and distorted Islamic faith, who owned the […]
The statement, which Trump posted following a tweet that called out what he believes to be the "extraordinary influx of hatred and danger coming into our country" -- states the ban should be in place until "our country's representatives can figure out what's going on."
A New York USPS worker was arrested for a hate crime Tuesday after he spit on two Muslim women and threatened to burn their place of worship down.
Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson on Monday stepped up his anti-Muslim rhetoric in an effort to draw and hold onto evangelical voters in early primary…