London Mayor Criticizes Donald Trump During Chicago VisitKhan said Thursday evening that Trump was representing the views of "extremists."
UPDATE: Affton Man Charged with Anti-Muslim Hate CrimeMuslim family says Affton man terrorized them with a gun.
Muslim Mizzou Student Sues Professor Over Alleged RemarksThe lawsuit alleges that the professor suggested the student should pose as a suicide bomber.
Local Council on American-Islamic Relations Deals with Threats"They want to create an environment where American-Muslims feel isolated, marginalized, and then they're more likely and easier to become radicalized, as well," Syed says, speaking of ISIS.
Mizzou Graduate Assistant Allegedly Assaulted Teenager Over HijabPolice say the graduate assistant grabbed the girl "very violently by the hair'' and pulled her outside and down some stairs.
Judge Rules in Favor of Muslim Taxi Driver's Religious ClothingA Muslim cab driver in St. Louis has won his case against the Taxicab Commission.
Billboard Promotes Free Speech with Muhammad CartoonSt. Louis is the first city in the nation displaying billboards promoting free speech by displaying a cartoon image of Muhammad.
Police: SUV In Boy's Death Had Anti-Muslim MessageAn SUV involved in the death of a Missouri teenager outside a Somali community center had an anti-Muslim message displayed in the rear window at the time of the crash, Kansas City police confirmed Saturday.
FBI Probes Teen's Death as Possible Hate CrimeThe FBI is investigating the death of a Kansas City teenager who died when he was intentionally struck by an SUV outside a Somali community center as a potential hate crime.
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Muslim Cab Driver Challenging Regional Taxi Commission's Wardrobe RulesAn Islamic cab driver in St. Louis is challenging the regional taxi commission's wardrobe rules in court after receiving dozens of tickets for wearing traditional religious clothing.
Members of 37 Congregations Meet in SpringfieldMembers of three religious denominations say they are setting aside their differences to work together in Springfield and across the state.