Immigration’s Sudden Re-Emergence Scrambles Republican Agenda

President Trump’s tentative deal with Democrats has elevated the one issue that most fiercely divides Republicans, threatening the party’s broader agenda.

After Charlottesville Violence, Colleges Brace for More Clashes

By DANA GOLDSTEIN August 16, 2017 After a planned speech in February by the right-wing writer Milo Yiannopoulos attracted demonstrators who started fires and shattered windows, the University of California, Berkeley realized it had a major hole in its event...

Conservatives Groups Sue Berkeley Over Ann Coulter Cancellation

By THOMAS FULLER April 24, 2017 BERKELEY, Calif. — Days after the University of California, Berkeley, canceled an appearance by the author Ann Coulter, two conservative organizations filed a federal lawsuit on Monday accusing the university of trying...

Berkeley Is Being Tested on 2 Fronts: Free Speech and Safety

By THOMAS FULLER and STEPHANIE SAUL April 21, 2017 BERKELEY, Calif. — In explaining why it had canceled a speech by Ann Coulter scheduled for next week, the University of California, Berkeley, said that it had “very specific...

Berkeley, Reversing Decision, Says Ann Coulter Can Speak in Early May

By THOMAS FULLER and STEPHANIE SAUL April 20, 2017 BERKELEY, Calif. — The University of California, Berkeley, said on Thursday that it would permit the conservative author Ann Coulter to speak on campus in early May, just one day after it...