Advocacy groups are pointing to some recent incidents as being particularly troubling --- the continued violence against LGBT community.
White Nationalist groups and the newer Alt-Right movement rely on the internet to spread their message. They use articles, videos and podcasts posted online and spread through social media.
Reports of racial bullying and assaults against Asian Americans across the United States may be growing. CGTN’s May Lee reports from Los Angeles.
Almost daily now across America, there are reports of threats made against the Jewish Community.
In 2015, hate crimes targeted black people more than any other group, with more than 1,700 that year. CGTN's Roee Ruttenberg reports from the U.S. state of South Carolina.
Jewish cemeteries vandalized, mosques set on fire. Sikhs shot and killed... —has the United States normalized hate violence and is the Trump administration to blame?
A man who authorities said shouted "go back to your country" at a Muslim woman wearing a religious head covering may have picked the wrong target: a decorated New York City police officer.
Violence against the LGBT community didn't start in Orlando, and likely won't end there.
The FBI reports that here were 5,850 reported incidents of hate-motivated crimes in 2015. What this data doesn't show is that at least least 2,700 state and local police departments do not report hate crimes to the FBI.