Countering racism and bigotry in the wake of the 2016 election
Countering racism and bigotry in the wake of the 2016 election
A small Georgia town has become a safe haven for refugees from Muslim-majority countries. Mark Strassmann reports.
Latinos and Muslims were two groups constantly persecuted by Donald Trump while on the campaign trail. In one Southern California community, they're trying to get to know one another by sharing tacos at the end of daily fasting for Ramadan. Mireya Villarreal reports.
On Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the rise in religious hate crimes in America. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joined CBSN to discuss the issues raised by the committee.
Dozens of organizations have come together to declare March 27 as Muslim Women's Day. MuslimGirl.com founder Amani Al-Khatahtbeh spoke to CBSN about the campaign, why she feels Islam is misrepresented and her response to President Trump's attempted travel bans.
In 85 cities across the country, Saturday was "Meet a Muslim Day." A little more than one percent of the U.S. population is Muslim. and many Americans have never met a person of the Muslim faith. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Son, widow of late boxing champion and humanitarian describe detention by immigration officials earlier this month at Florida airport
After as many as 200 headstones were vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis, a Muslim-based group is raising money to help pay for the repairs. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has the latest on the donations pouring in.
Hundreds of refugees from the Middle East, who were legally admitted to the U.S. are now fleeing to Canada. The refugees worry their legal status could be revoked and Canada has a more welcoming refugee policy.
After a mosque in Texas burned down over the weekend, an online campaign has received close to $1 million in donations from nearly 20,000 people in over three days. David Begnaud reports on the overwhelming response.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly addressed the media about President Trump's executive order that halted immigration between the US and 7 Muslim-majority countries. Watch his full statement here.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said Sunday on "Face The Nation" that President Trump's ban on refugees is "not a Muslim ban." Priebus also attempted to clarify what the ban means for green card holders. "Face The Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins CBSN with more.
One day after President Trump signed an executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries from crossing U.S borders, several migrants have already been prevented from boarding flights for the country. Albert Cahn, director of strategic litigation for the Council of American Islamic Relations, spoke to CBSN about what his group plans to do and why he participates in the work that he does.
The Sourthern Poverty Law Center has documented an increase in hate crimes following the 2016 election. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN to discuss the disturbing trend.
More than three million Muslims live in the U.S., and in recent days, there has been a disturbing rise in hate crimes against them. Filmmaker Joshua Seftel, who as a child was taunted by other kids because he was Jewish, created a new documentary series, "The Secret Life of Muslims," to explore the stories of Muslims in America.
Letter sent to mosque in San Jose says President-elect Donald Trump will “do to you Muslims what Hitler did to the Jews"
King Abdullah II of Jordan tells Scott Pelley what he considers to be a "disturbing" misunderstanding of Islam.
Florida police are looking for the arson suspect who torched the mosque formerly attended by Orlando gunman Omar Mateen. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with the latest details.
Out of 36,000 NYPD officers, there are about 1,000 Muslim officers. Jamiel Altaheri is one of them. But it's not on the streets where he faces his biggest challenge. Michelle Miller reports.
Ibtihaj Muhammad made Olympic history this weekend. The 30-year-old athlete became the first U.S. athlete to compete at the Olympic Games wearing a hijab, a veil commonly worn by Muslim women. She also won her first Olympic medal. Elaine Quijano has more.
Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad is making history with Team USA as the first American to compete in the Summer Olympics while wearing a hijab. After failing to make the 2012 Olympic team, she's back with a clear objective that goes beyond her desire to win gold. Elaine Quijano reports.
Muslims in the United States have seen an increase in violence against them over the past week. The United Arab Emirates has even warned its citizens traveling in the U.S. to avoid wearing traditional clothing. Anna Werner has more.
In a Washington, D.C. church, Muslims and Christians have found a common bond. The church hosts Muslim prayers, attracting hundreds of worshipers each week. Anna Werner has more.
Graphic pictures on Facebook show two badly beaten and bruised Brooklyn teenagers. The boys say they were attacked outside their Mosque during a midnight prayer service. In several U.S. cities, investigations are underway into possible hate crimes against Muslims. Demarco Morgan has more.
"It starts with people understanding each other," organizer tells CBS News. "And then it grows to religions understanding each other"
Most Americans say climate change is happening and believe it contributes at least some to many extreme weather conditions
Most Americans consider climate change to be at least a serious problem — including more than a quarter who say it is a crisis
Most Americans of all ages think climate change is either a serious problem or a crisis
Many parents believe that if they make a lot of money, their kids will have a better life; but when it comes to binge drinking, the more money you have, the more susceptible your kids may be
Red Sox legend speaks publicly for the first time about the shooting at a Dominican nightclub that seriously injured him three months ago
Kennedy is considering a primary challenge against Ed Markey in 2020
Four young women attacked, only one survivor — inside the investigation and trial of the serial, sexual thrill killer
The protest was organized by Close The Camps NYC as a response to Microsoft doing business with ICE
Two agents pulled over a vehicle Friday evening near Brackettville when a person inside the vehicle fired on them, officials said
According to police, the son of one of the parents involved arrived at the scene with a handgun and started shooting
The White House has been talking to a trio of lawmakers who all support tougher background checks
"We're not all as lucky as Bill Maher. We don't all have a sense of superiority that burns 35,000 calories a day"
Cametrione and Justin Brown welcomed a tiny miracle on 9/11
The Human Rights Campaign said Bee Love Slater is the 18th transgender woman to be killed this year
The popular television actress admitted to paying $15,000 in an effort to boost her eldest daughter's SAT score.