This week, in a "Watters' World" exclusive, Jesse Watters visited the Chicago apartment where four individuals allegedly tortured a developmentally disabled white man for hours, while live-streaming part of the attack.
In his monologue on "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld reacted to the horrific beating of a special-needs man that was live streamed on Facebook.
The four young adults who filmed themselves binding and torturing a mentally handicapped man while yelling “F*** Donald Trump” and “F*** white people” have been charged with multiple felonies, including the commission of a hate crime.
The sister of a woman charged in New York City for filing a false police report about drunk men on a subway train yelling "Trump" and "terrorist" at her blames the NYPD for bringing the alleged lie to light.
A man was assaulted on an East Harlem, N.Y. subway platform reportedly because of his race, the New York Post reported.
Louisiana's first-of-its-kind "Blue Lives Matter" bill goes into effect today.
Three black University at Albany-SUNY students were indicted for allegedly lying about an incident on a university bus earlier this year.
A series of bigoted messages about women, blacks and transgender people were a part of a hate crime hoax.
The “knockout game” attacks are being reported across the nation from New York City to San Diego.
Only one person has been charged with a hate crime after a group of black teens in Brooklyn, New York beat a husband and wife. They allegedly yelled out racial slurs, including, “Get those crackers.”
Are the recent news concerning Ohio's Oberlin College surprising? Not so, says Michelle Malkin.