Biden tells Delaware grads to step up, 'now it's your hour'
"Your generation, more than anyone else will have to answer the question, Who are we? What do we stand for? What do we believe? Who will we be?" Biden said. "You can make the difference, you can lift the country up, you can meet the challenges of our time."
DOJ has new tools to fight hate crime. But it’s an uphill battle.
Attorney General Merrick Garland had long planned a May 20 Justice Department event to commemorate the first anniversary of President Joe Biden signing anti-hate crime legislation.