Authorities are investigating a series of vandalism -- including at a synagogue -- that took place in Beverly Hills, California, police say.
Shattered windows, smashed in tail lights and racist slurs. That's what people in Cheney woke up to this week.
Thick, black graffiti sprayed onto a Russian polar bear's coat poses an extra threat to an animal already in danger, experts say.
Ukrainian police are investigating a case of anti-Semitic vandalism after a monument to a prominent Jewish writer was vandalized with swastikas.
A series of racist and anti-Semitic incidents have rattled college campuses nationwide as educators struggle to stop them from spreading.
Hong Kongers have been protesting for more than five months and demonstrations are becoming more violent and disruptive. The city's leaders have maintained Hong Kong is still open for business, but is it still safe to visit?
China wants to boost its adoption of electric vehicles. So far, that hasn't been easy.
A white supremacist group filmed a video in front of the Emmett Till Memorial in Sumner, Mississippi, over the weekend, officials say.
For most of the summer, 25-year-old Jose was an ardent supporter of the protests raging in Hong Kong. Even when demonstrations became increasingly violent, she defended the protesters themselves -- they were provoked, or were fighting for a greater good, she would argue.
Broken glass and bricks littered streets in Santiago after more violent protests Monday, prompting Chile's government to extend a curfew in the capital for a third straight day.
Vandals threw red paint on statues of Christopher Columbus in San Francisco and Providence, Rhode Island, as people around the US prepared to celebrate the Italian explorer.
In the middle of the night, Imam Ibrahim Noonan answered the phone and heard an unfamiliar Irish voice.
Hong Kong's summer of discontent has spilled over into fall, bringing with it tear gas, petrol bombs and widespread transport disruptions -- all the elements that have divided the city during four months of unrest.
Hong Kong is entering its fourth day of unprecedented subway closures after a weekend of destructive protests in the wake of new emergency legislation left the city reeling.
Hong Kong woke to a city transformed Saturday, after protesters went on a rampage across the territory in reaction to the government's use of emergency powers to ban masks at demonstrations.
A man in Florida has been sneaking around his neighborhood tampering with electric scooters parked on the streets, police say.
Jim bent over, collapsed and started crying.
There were more scenes of violence and destruction across Hong Kong over the weekend as protesters targeted subway stations and shopping malls in an apparent escalation as the city enters its sixteenth consecutive week of unrest.
Dozens of people were injured Sunday in another night of violence in Hong Kong, as the city marked its fifteenth consecutive weekend of anti-government protests.
Senior Conservative lawmaker Amber Rudd has resigned as the UK's Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, accusing Prime Minister Boris Johnson of an assault on democracy.
Transport to and from Hong Kong International Airport was disrupted for hours Sunday as protesters barricaded roads, leaving traffic gridlocked and stranding hundreds of tourists at the terminal.
Police are investigating after a 9/11 memorial dedicated to first responders was found vandalized early this week in Geneva, New York.
The office of an African American diversity change agent at the Department of Education was vandalized this week, department employees told CNN on Friday.
Three people have been charged in the killing of a Los Angeles police officer who died following a shooting that happened while he was off-duty, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.