Ahmaud Arbery's parents spoke out after Travis McMichael received a second life sentence in his federal hate crime case.
The three Georgia men charged in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery have been indicted by the Justice Department for hate crimes and kidnapping.
8 Killed In Spa Shootings, Domestic Terrorist Arrested, Sheriff Says No Indication Of Racial Motivation In Killings
Eight people were killed when a man went on a deadly rampage at three metro Atlanta spas and authorities do not believe the shootings were racially motivated.
Akhenaton “Akh” Jones, the man who allegedly murdered and dismembered Dominique Fells, a Philadelphia transgender woman, has been captured in California.
The man and woman who spent the 4th of July vandalizing a Black Lives Matter mural in Martinez, are now facing multiple misdemeanors and a hate-crime charge.
Days after a noose was found in the garage of black NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace, the FBI says he was not the target of a hate crime. Get the scoop.
Georgia Legislature approved House Bill 426, a hate-crimes bill that would protect people who are targeted because of their race, sexual orientation, or religion.
Hollywood's highest paid actor Mark Wahlberg is trending on Twitter after his past hate crimes resurface. Get the scoop.
Yasmine Jackson, the granddaughter of the late Joe Jackson, was the victim of a vicious attack where she was stabbed 7 times by a white supremacist.
#JusticeForElijah 17-Year-Old Elijah Al-Amin Stabbed To Death By White Man For Listening To Rap Music
17-year-old Elijah Al-Amin was brutally murdered by a white man who claims he felt unsafe because the teen was listening to rap music.
Jussie Smollett was brutally attacked in Chicago by two MAGA-loving homophobic racists. Get the scoop.
Brianna Brochu, who tormented her black college roommate and bragged about it on social media will not face hate crime charges.
The security guard Lil Wayne allegedly punched in the face last summer has now filed a lawsuit against the rapper claiming the attack was a hate crime.
The Georgia man who threw boiling water on a gay couple as they slept has been sentenced to 40 years in prison. Get the scoop.
An Atlanta man has been charged with two counts of aggravated battery and may face federal hate crime charges after he poured boiling water on a gay couple as they slept.