"This is America 2018 right here. Racism and discrimination," Hamdia Ahmed said.
Hijabs shouldn't get in the way of summertime fun.
Tahsiyn A. Ismaa-eel, who runs an enrichment summer camp for learning Arabic, sometimes takes her kids to the public pool during the warm summer months. She has done it for the past four years and has never had any problems in Wilmington, Del., the state's most populous city.
A trove of internal documents sheds light on the algorithms that Facebook's censors use to differentiate between hate speech and legitimate political expression.
In the wake of a terrorist attack in London earlier this month, a U.S. congressman wrote a Facebook post in which he called for the slaughter of "radicalized" Muslims. "Hunt them, identify them, and kill them," declared U.S. Rep. Clay Higgins, a Louisiana Republican. "Kill them all. For the sake of all that is good and righteous. Kill them all."
Quick on the draw Twitterer in Chief silent once again on London hate crime, drawing a stark anti-Muslim contrast.
Ali, son of the legendary boxer, was traveling from Jamaica and has a U.S. passport.
Muhammad Ali Jr., son of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, said he was detained at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida after being questioned about his religion.
White House cited massacre as a reason for immigrant ban, but has been silent since gunman was identified as white nationalist with pro-Trump views.
Abid Riaz Qureshi would be the first Muslim federal judge if appointed.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday nominated Abid Riaz Qureshi to be a federal judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. If appointed, Qureshi would be America's first Muslim federal judge.
Khizr Khan challenged Trump to read the Constitution and blasted him for having "sacrificed nothing and no one."
The Muslim father of a U.S. soldier killed while serving in Iraq passionately admonished Donald Trump Thursday night for his hateful rhetoric, religious intolerance and overall disrespect of communities and cultures.
The presumptive Republican nominee equates all Muslims to Islamic terrorists, suggests Obama is complicit, claims Orlando shooter was not U.S.-born.
Rather than being respectful, composed and modest in the wake of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, Trump instead has chosen to be bombastic, opportunistic and dishonest in his remarks since the tragedy.
Despite attempts by some to politicize tragedy and tie incident to religious-based terrorism, it appears suspect may simply have been a deranged, hate-filled individual.
In the immediate aftermath of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, described by the president as "an act of terror and an act of hate," there was finger-pointing and gloating, as well as disparaging remarks about religion, calls for more gun control and calls for more guns. But in the end, 50 people are dead as a result of one deranged man's hate and intolerance.