Cal and its police force are taking extraordinary measures in anticipation of possibly violent protests tonight, as they outlined in a press briefing Thursday.
See what university officials said at noon about Thursday's Ben Shapiro talk on campus.
The city and university have taken steps to prepare for demonstrations planned in response to Thursday's talk by conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro.
Anyone violating these rules will be subject to citation and arrest.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín wants UC Berkeley to revise its security plans for the Ben Shapiro event so protesters aren't funneled onto city streets.
Antifascist organizers have had a visible, and sometimes violent, presence at many rallies in Berkeley this year, inspiring ire and some accolades.
The woman who called for a "No to Marxism" rally on Aug. 27, and then canceled it, returned to Berkeley Saturday to hold her own private rally.
Many activists in Berkeley last weekend described Sunday's demonstrations as a decisive win for the left, and a triumph of love over hate. But who, exactly, were the ones who lost?
While covering Sunday’s “Rally Against Hate," Reveal host Al Letson witnessed a man being attacked by a group of protesters. Letson intervened.
A 23-year-old woman police say hurled an apple at an officer and then used a "large German Shepherd" to evade capture has been charged with two misdemeanors.