Universities in Ohio and Pennsylvania are facing legal pressure to accommodate white nationalist Richard Spencer following his speaking engagement this week at the University of Florida, his first on-campus appearance since participating in the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The national anthem singer at the Brooklyn Nets’ home opener took a knee at the end of her performance.
Incoming students at the University of Kansas are being encouraged to take “Safe Zone” training where participants say the affirmation, “I believe nobody is wrong, they are only different.”
Hillary Clinton admits she “really tried to get out of going” to President Trump’s inauguration.
Fox News has retracted a recent report profiling John Garofalo, a 72-year-old military veteran, after the alleged “war hero” admitted lying about his service record.
Count President Trump among the nation’s “celebrity artists.” A small sketch he made of the Empire State Building back in 1994 sold for $16,000 on Thursday night, part of an auction of celebrity-related art objects in Los Angeles that was not without drama.
School officials say there will be no more Civil War-related student dress-up activities at a Georgia elementary school after its “Civil War Day” sparked conflict among students, parents and others.
A Serbian political activist who was recently elected rector of St. Andrews University told the BBC he fears that the politically correct push to silence unpopular and controversial views on university campuses could lead to the Balkanization of society.
Vox Media has fired Editorial Director Lockhart Steele after he admitted to misconduct, CEO Jim Bankoff told staff Thursday.
Former President George W. Bush said during a speech Thursday that “bigotry seems emboldened” in the current U.S. climate and that white supremacy “is blasphemy against the American creed.”