“Free Speech Week” festivities scheduled to begin Sunday at the University of California in Berkeley are up in the air after several high-profile participants said they aren’t attending and its organizers abandoned ship.
A school superintendent in Vermont says a substitute teacher has been fired after being accused of showing children how to perform a salute of Adolf Hitler.
President Trump took a veiled jab at former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick during a speech Friday and said the owners of National Football League teams should fire athletes for kneeling during the national anthem. The following morning, Mr. Trump turned his ire at NBA star Stephen Curry, disinviting him from the White House.
A Bridgewater State University assistant professor is expressing regret after his post-election rant slamming President Trump and his supporters made headlines.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence used an appearance at the Museum of Modern Art on Thursday night to raise a middle finger to critics of her movie “Mother!”
An Arizona public school district says one of its teachers broke school policy when she reportedly had her class recite an altered version of the Declaration of Independence.
Wrestling icon Ric Flair says his recent hospital stay requiring a medically induced coma stems from decades of alcohol abuse — nearly “20 drinks a day.”
Provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos’ “Free Speech Week,” which is designed to test UC Berkeley’s mettle against left-wing antifa protesters, will also feature a film titled “America Under Siege: Antifa.”
A hologram of late musician, composer, satirist and activist Frank Zappa will perform his songs on the road as a hologram backed by some of his living, former bandmates, according to his estate.
Jay-Z says President Trump is no match for the resiliency of the black community.