The White House denied media reports that the US administration was cutting its ties with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Anti-Muslim Pamela Geller's life was yet again threatened by ISIS after a leader of the radical terrorist group tweeted her address.
Michelle Obama compared her struggle to succeed as a young black woman in America to the experience of British Muslim girls during a visit to in inner-city girls school in London.
The legal authority for US spy agencies to bulk collect Americans’ phone data expired, after the Senate failed to reach a deal.
Armed anti-Islam protestors defiled the Quran and waved around depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in Phoenix.
United Airlines was being boycotted by people who were appalled after a woman burst into tears after an alleged ‘Islamophobic’ incident on a flight.
The trial of a Washington Post journalist detained in Iran for almost 10 months on charges that include "espionage" began in the capital Tehran behind closed doors.
The Arizona chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations Arizona (CAIR-AZ) called on state and federal law enforcement authorities to investigate threats mailed to a number of Phoenix mosques in Arizona as acts of domestic terrorism.
A man who arranged for his lover to shoot dead his wife in front of their toddler son has been sentenced to life in prison - with a judge deeming him 'cold-blooded' and 'beyond redemption'.
A news anchor in Detroit, Michigan landed in hot water after a controversial comment she made about the city's Arab population on 6 May.