From Charlottesville to Gainesville to a College Town Near You, Campuses Brace for More Tumult in 2018

Public universities grapple with balancing freedom of expression — even hate speech — with providing safe campuses.

‘I’m Running,’ Romney Says Privately, but as a Trump Friend or Foe?

Mitt Romney’s expected return to politics as the next senator from Utah has set off a debate over whether he should actively counter President Trump.

Charlottesville Police Chief Steps Down After Handling of Rallies Is Criticized

The chief stepped down two weeks after the release of a report that sharply criticized the police’s failure to contain violence at white supremacist rallies.

White Nationalist Now Faces First-Degree Murder in Charlottesville Killing

Prosecutors increased the top charge against James Fields Jr., who is accused of driving his car into counterprotesters, killing Heather Heyer

White Nationalists Want to March Again. Charlottesville Says No.

Officials from Charlottesville, Va., denied permits to organizers who wanted to mark the anniversary of the August rally that resulted in the death of a young woman.

Police Failed on Many Fronts at Charlottesville Rally, Review Finds

Police agencies failed to coordinate or properly equip their officers for a white nationalist rally in August that turned deadly, an independent review has found.