Soaring rhetoric about justice is fine. But what matters more is keeping people safe and picking up the garbage.
Rock faces and boulders bearing figure carvings called petroglyphs were scratched or dabbed with paint, the United States Forest Service said.
The vandalism of a piece by the graffiti artist JonOne at a gallery in South Korea has prompted a debate about contemporary art.
The figure at Louis Tussaud’s Palace of Wax in San Antonio was so badly battered that it required repairs.
An artists’ group, criticized as vandals for dumping the bust of an 18th-century king, Frederik V, into Copenhagen Harbor, says it wanted to draw attention to Denmark’s role in slave trading.
A much-vandalized bronze statue of “Fame” in Joyce Kilmer Park is to be returned this year with a new head, arms and feet — even without any record of what the statue’s original face looked like.
The damage was largely limited to broken glass, busted doors and graffiti, the report said.
The destruction of the trees, planted by a Japanese cultural center to commemorate a 1994 visit by the emperor and empress of Japan, was captured on surveillance footage.
Initial reports indicate that despite multiple incidents of vandalism, smashed windows and broken doors, major damage to the building itself or its artworks was avoided.
Three New York Times journalists were at the Capitol when it was breached. Here’s how they experienced it.
Readers urge that President Trump be removed from office or prosecuted, assess blame, and wonder why a mob was able to storm the Capitol unimpeded.
As America’s European allies digested events that rocked Washington, many expressed faith in the strength of U.S. democracy to prevail.
Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, called the vandalism of his Louisville, Ky., home a “radical tantrum” taken from a “toxic playbook.”
The vandalism of the ceramic sculpture of Ms. Taylor near City Hall is under investigation, the police said.
A group of young men chanting “Christ is king!” drove five hours to dismantle the third shiny metal structure to mysteriously appear in the last few weeks, leaving a wooden cross in its place.
The first woman to be prime minister of Britain is seen as a political colossus abroad, but her 11 years in power have a complicated legacy at home.
The tagger known as Geco is not as famous as the British provocateur, but he has made a name for himself in Italy.
On the eve of Election Day, stores in Manhattan shopping districts boarded up, reflecting an anxiety among retailers across the nation.
Fights over political signs happen every year, but this year seems more intense. “It feels like a war,” one resident said.
In the swing state’s conservative retirement communities, some voters have switched sides. And some of them have reason to worry about what the neighbors might think.
The fatal shooting of Mr. Wallace, a 27-year-old Black man, set off protests, looting and violent clashes with the police in Pennsylvania, a swing state, days before the presidential election.
The pandemic is causing inequality to soar, but increasingly the privileged are discovering that they can’t bend the world to their will.
Reports of homicides, rapes and burglaries are posing another challenge to regaining the confidence of passengers during the pandemic.
“Insurrectionary anarchists” have been protesting for racial justice all summer. Some Black leaders wish they would go home.
Only one candidate incites his supporters to mayhem.
The vandalism, which harkens back to a period of economic hardship in New York City, comes at a time when the transit agency is facing a staggering financial crisis.
Damaged treasures and broken rules have put the spotlight on the country’s fragile cultural heritage, and the need to better educate visitors.
City leaders and public health officials are now seeing protests outside their own homes, with some protesters wielding bullhorns, spray paint, and even eggs and paintballs.
In five incidents, people have thrown paint on the bright-yellow street display on Fifth Avenue. Each time, city workers have restored the lettering.
Tensions are running high in the country amid a national debate on racial profiling in police ranks.
The monument in a New York park was dedicated to men who volunteered to fight for the Union during the Civil War. It is unclear who toppled it, and for what reason.
The city’s coronavirus lockdown and subsequent rise in unemployment have created the perfect conditions for a new generation of graffiti writers.
If convicted, the two residents of Martinez, Calif., could face up to a year in jail, prosecutors say.
President Trump and others have speculated about why vandals destroyed a Rochester, N.Y., statue of the prominent Black abolitionist even as protests against systemic racism continue.
“I’m not so surprised that it happened,” said the mural’s organizer, Justin Gomez. “I’m surprised at how bold they chose to be.”
The order also threatens to withhold funding from local governments that fail to protect their own statues from vandals.
A Sheriff’s Office worker and an investigative assistant with the District Attorney’s Office in Ventura County, Calif., were arrested after the authorities reviewed footage from a surveillance camera.
The memorial to Levi Harrington, a black man killed in Kansas City, Mo., in the 1880s, had been vandalized before.
Videos posted on social media showed the 23-year-old YouTube star at a Scottsdale, Ariz., mall that was being looted on Saturday night.
Black- and Latino-owned businesses have suffered damage from vandals and arsonists on the fringes of the protests over police brutality. Non-bank community lenders are helping owners stand their ground.
Dispatches from cities across the U.S. being rocked by protests over police brutality after the death of George Floyd.
Demonstrators in Minneapolis and across the country have poured into the streets since George Floyd died in police custody. Here’s how the protests have unfolded.
The Anti-Defamation League reported more than 2,100 anti-Semitic incidents in the United States, a 12 percent jump and the most in any year since it began tracking them four decades ago.
Emboldened by the vacant streets and empty dining rooms, thieves in some cities are targeting restaurants.
A conspiracy theory linking the spread of the coronavirus to 5G wireless technology has spurred more than 100 incidents this month, British officials said.