U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly of the Eastern District of New York temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s travel ban on Saturday.
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), more than 200 reports of hate-based intimidation and harassment have been filed since Election Day.
Considering the candidates' responses to the crisis, it appears the nation should get ready for the country's first First Spouse, Bill Clinton.
What started out as an innocent Instagram post asking for sex advice has blown up into the one of the micro-blogging platform's most engaged accounts at over 50,000 followers.
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."
In an address delivered from the White House Oval Office, President Obama on Sunday condemned radical terrorists and ISIS, calling the group "thugs and killers" with a "perverted interpretation of Islam."
Just this week, Trump said there should be a database that keeps track of Muslims within our country. "There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases," he told NBC News yesterday. "I would certainly implement that, absolutely."
Ahmed Mohamed, the Muslim high school student who alarmed teachers for making a clock thought to be a bomb, will not be charged.
A White supremacist has been convicted of plotting to build and use a radiation device to kill President Barack Obama and Muslims.