Dallas Man Holds Sign Of Support Outside Islamic CenterA Dallas man who held a sign of support outside a mosque says his "You Belong" message was prompted by hatred directed at Muslims as part of the recent presidential election.
Man Charged In Watauga Mosque Threat Later ApologizedPolice said that a man accused of calling a mosque in Watauga, threatening to decapitate Muslims, later called back to apologize. James Nicholas Smithey was arrested August 19 and released on $500 bond.
Fencer Makes U.S. History Wearing Hijab In OlympicsIbtihaj Muhammad looked like all the other fencers when she stepped on the piste, save for the non-descript black scarf covering her head. With that small gesture, Muhammad made U.S. history.
Worshippers Attacked At Mosques In Texas And FloridaA pair of attacks on Muslims near their mosques this weekend may be a sign of increasing physical violence against worshipers of Islam in the United States.
President Obama: Anti-Muslim Rhetoric From Trump 'Not America We Want'President Barack Obama says anti-Muslim rhetoric from presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is "not the America we want."
Two Orlando Terror Attack Victims Had Texas TiesTwo men with ties to Texas were among the dead in the Orlando terror attack.
Garland Officer Awarded Medal Of Valor From President ObamaIt is National Police Week and today an officer with the Garland Police Department received the Medal of Valor from President Barack Obama.
Prosecutors Say 6 Arrested In Brussels AttacksBelgian prosecutors say six people were detained in raids around Brussels linked to this week's attacks on the city's airport and subway system.
Cruz Defends Call To Police U.S. Muslim NeighborhoodsDuring CBS This Morning today Texas Senator Ted Cruz defended his proposal to have more resources for U.S. police to "patrol and secure Muslim neighborhoods before they become radicalized."
Trump Backers Baffled By Criticism Of Muslim ProposalTracy Hooker isn't interested in debating the merits of Donald Trump's proposal to temporarily block Muslims from coming into the United States. She knows that every other Republican running for president has rejected the idea.
Zuckerberg Promises To Support Muslims On FacebookFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is offering words of support for Muslims who fear retaliation for the recent violent attacks by Islamic extremists in Paris and San Bernardino.
After California Shooting, Fears Of Muslim Harassment RiseAdvocacy groups believe there has been a spike in anti-Muslim incidents across the United States in recent weeks that can be linked to last week's mass shooting in California and the inflammatory rhetoric of Donald Trump and other Republican presidential candidates.