Hate Crimes

"RuPaul's Drag Race" star Peppermint, Mila Jam and Deja Smith help reimagine Sia's "Alive" in the clip, released on Transgender Day of Remembrance.
The overall number of hate crimes also rose to a 10-year high, even as fewer law enforcement agencies bothered to report their statistics.
Brandon Higgs, who was active in private neo-Nazi chat groups, said "Go back to Africa!" before the shooting in a Baltimore suburb.
Cell phone videos appear to show a suspect physically assaulting the women, one of whom is YouTube star Eden the Doll, as bystanders look on.
Gregory and Rachel Howell were caught on camera yelling "white lives matter" and giving a Nazi salute in Torrance, California, last month.
Suspect Eric Breemen told a Sikh store owner from Colorado to "go back to your country," according to an advocacy group.
Video showed two people painting over the mural on Saturday. Racism, said one of them on camera, is a "leftist lie."
Althea Bernstein, who is biracial, was attacked by white men who poured lighter fluid on her and set her on fire earlier this month.
The Oakland Police Department, with help from the FBI, is investigating both displays as possible hate crimes.
The revelation came during a preliminary court hearing for Travis McMichael and his father Gregory McMichael.