Black and Asian Americans are among the most hard-hit communities, but experts are concerned about whether proper resources and information are reaching them.
Nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants reside in the U.S., and hundreds of thousands of them work in essential services.
From inciting violence to separating families, the repercussions of the Trump administration’s policies and rhetoric will be felt for a long time.
The reality is the use of violent force and intimidation for political gain has always been part of the U.S. narrative.
Democrats are hopeful they can make some major policy gains with Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff in the Senate and Joe Biden in the White House.
Despite being cleared by law enforcement, Abobakkr and Mohamed, two American Muslims, were prohibited from reboarding their original flight.
Decades of discriminatory profiling and government surveillance have eroded trust, vilified Muslim Americans and traumatized a community.
A chilling report on the Christchurch massacre is an indictment of institutional Islamophobia — in New Zealand and Silicon Valley — that led to 51 deaths.
Detainees at Bergen County Jail have described rat infestations, undrinkable water and a high-risk environment for spreading COVID-19.
Families like the Salems are eager to see if the Biden administration will follow through on promises to help separated families and refugees.
Five Democratic politicians made history last night by becoming the first Muslim state legislative lawmakers in Wisconsin, Florida and Delaware.
Although Muslim Americans make up only 1% of the U.S. population, their concentration in battleground states could determine the 2020 election.
“If white people can say 'Phoebe' or 'Arnold Schwarzenegger,' they could definitely say a Nadia, Roberto or a Zakir. It’s not brain surgery, it’s laziness."
“If a Muslim woman was nominated to SCOTUS you would see Republicans lose their mind about her religious background,” Rep. Ilhan Omar tweeted.
Even if Trump loses the election in November, it won't be easy to rebuild the programs and sift through backlogs caused by his administration.
The survey by the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding found, however, that Muslim Americans overwhelmingly prefer a Democrat for president.
“Defendants ruthlessly beat him, injuring his neck, and twice subjected him to painful tasings that burned his body,” Bakhodir Madjitov's lawsuit reads.