The amount is only a fraction of what Cal and Berkeley spent on police and other costs during a spate of often violent rallies in 2017.
A year ago Milo Yiannopoulos's speech was shut down by black-clad protesters. We present an oral history of that night, a reflection of the political divide that envelops the U.S.
Touching on when Nazis marched in Skokie, a panel discussed whether far-right activists, like Milo Yiannopoulos, should be banned or allowed on campus.
In a statement of interest filed Thursday, the Department of Justice said it supports the conservative students' case against UC Berkeley.
A "major events" policy and Free Speech Commission are products of an ongoing campus debate — and lawsuits.
Those suing say that police hid inside the MLK Student Union instead of protecting people from the violence perpetrated by black-clad demonstrators.
A judge ordered Felarca to pay $11,100 because she dropped her application for a restraining order against Troy Worden. The judge said Felarca used bad faith in filing the claim.
An Alameda County judge raised Chapman's bail from $135,000 to $400,000 after he was found in possession of a weapon.
Troy Worden is seeking damages from Felarca's attempt to obtain a restraining order against him.
Police in Berkeley are hoping to track down several people they said punched or kicked attendees at a political rally in August, or struck them with improvised weapons.
The national organizer for the group By Any Means Necessary is asking a federal court to issue a temporary restraining order.
They train to fight. They post their beatings online. And so far, they have little reason to fear the authorities.
The student news organization, Berkeley Patriot, has filed a second complaint with the Dept. of Justice alleging its First Amendment rights were violated.