"I have never laughed so hard in my life. It was one of those random, once-in-a-lifetime things."
"They are trying to make us suffer so we will leave."
"These are getting very personal," one National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration employee emailed staff about a barrage of angry emails.
A White Man Allegedly Threw Battery Acid On A Latino Man's Face And Told Him To Go Back To His Country
Mahud Villalaz is still recovering from his extensive injuries after an attacker called him an "illegal" and threw acid on him outside a restaurant. Villalaz is a US citizen.
The White Supremacist Charged With Plotting To Blow Up A Colorado Temple Documented His Racist Activities On Facebook For Years
Before he surfaced in Colorado, Richard Holzer posted a Facebook video of himself urinating on a California synagogue, drawing the attention of law enforcement.
Richard Holzer also claimed he had poisoned the congregation's water with arsenic last year, the FBI said.
Haitians In The Bahamas Are Getting Rounded Up And Deported Two Months After Surviving Hurricane Dorian
"We are trapped. There is nowhere to go."
Chloe Wiegand died in July after falling from an 11th story window of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship.
“It’s human life versus animal life and I understand that, but now that the human life is at least safe, it’s time to really go in and go ahead and help these guys."
Last week, Marlon Anderson told a disruptive student not to call him the n-word, then was fired due to the school district's zero-tolerance policy.
“At the end of the day, he still considers himself to be in the hospitality business,” acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said.
He handled the situation like a champ, injured paws and all.
The officer, Aaron Dean, has not been cooperative with the investigation, police said.
At Least Two People Are Dead And Thousands Have Fled Their Homes In The Southern California Wildfires
"It's like you look up and all the sudden fire is everywhere. But we all help each other, we are all human, that is what is important."
Jennine Capó Crucet spoke about "white privilege" at Georgia Southern University. The first-year student audience said she attacked them for being white and privileged.
Joshua Brown, A Key Witness In A Dallas Ex-Cop's Murder Trial, Was Killed When A Drug Deal Went Bad, Police Said
Police said Joshua Brown's death had nothing to do with his role in the trial of an ex-cop who murdered her unarmed neighbor, Botham Jean, in his own apartment.
Joshua Brown was killed two days after a jury sentenced the former Dallas police officer to 10 years in prison for killing Botham Jean in 2018.
Police have arrested one suspect and are searching for one more. The victims were all Latino, but authorities say they do not believe it "was racially motivated."
"I had to tell myself, I am not a criminal," Deandre Somerville said. "Those 10 days were long and traumatic days."
"This storm is looking like the opportunity that the government wanted or needed to be able to finally rid themselves of Haitians amongst us and the shanty towns."