"That is not the role of the university."
California Republicans introduced legislation calling for the University of California, Davis, to fire an English professor who called for the death of police officers in 2014 and 2015.
Trump declared on Saturday that any colleges who refuses to comply will face a heavy toll on their budgets.
Gab.com, a far-right social media alternative to Twitter, lashed out at "Big Tech" and called on President Donald Trump to stop Silicon Valley "collusion" against the company.
The European Court of Human Rights upheld an Austrian ruling against a woman who was convicted of disparaging Islam.
Activists claim the move is a political stunt to impress the Trump administration.
Other products included swastika balloons, "Heil Hitler" beer and busts of the Nazi leader.
Ron Paul said Silicon Valley social media giants like Facebook and Twitter are censoring "antiwar activists and libertarians" because tech companies are just extensions of the U.S. government.
The court rejected an appeal suggesting the updates were protected under the First Amendment.
An infringement of free speech?
If the conviction stands, Michelle Carter will be the first person in the United States to be charged with involuntary manslaughter by means of words alone.
A 46-year-old man was sentenced to a week in jail and fined over $2,000.
Students want white supremacist Dan Kleve expelled for safety reasons.
Bannon will be the third former Trump official to speak at the University of Chicago since the election.
Plastering a "Fuck Trump" sticker on a truck is against the law, a Texas sheriff is claiming.
Crisis Pregnancy Centers are arguing a California state law requiring them to provide women with information about abortion infringes on their First Amendment rights.
"Free Speech Week" could be the seventh event in the city to stir tensions across the political divide since Trump's election win.
An explainer of the controversy surrounding the social network Gab and how they were forced to ban neo-Nazi Weev over an anti-Semitic post.
"This sort of communication has not been needed previously," Dan Mogulof, a spokesman for UC Berkeley, tells Newsweek.
The ACLU has decided to defend people that many of its supporters dislike.