New investigations reveal the extremist positions of many law enforcement officials.
New research finds overall feelings toward the religious minority did not dampen in the aftermath of two major terrorist attacks.
Rights advocates suggest the president's hostile rhetoric and policies on American Muslims jeopardize his administration's ability to advocate against abuses abroad.
Most of the Islamophobic incidents detailed in a new report involved restricted travel following the administration's repeated attempts to enact a travel ban affecting people from Muslim-majority nations.
Islamophobic incidents are up, but so is Muslim-American engagement in politics.
The Trump administration has directed funds originally intended to counter radicalization—including white nationalist violence—toward the targeted surveillance of Muslim communities.
Muslim-American leaders are suspicious of an administration that they say is hostile to their communities at home and abroad.
A civil rights report visualizes anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States.
Islamophobia is becoming more widespread and systemic throughout the U.S., but Muslim Americans aren't idly awaiting their ruin.
In the wake of the Supreme Court's announcement that it will decide in April the constitutionality of Trump's travel ban, civil rights advocates have compiled new data and personal accounts to illuminate experiences from the ban's previous versions.
A new state law bars the federal government from using state data to create a registry of Muslims and other American communities.
Four years after the terrorist attack, an expert on folklore traced one such rumor to its source.