Trump threatened to cut funds for the university's flagship Berkeley campus in a Twitter posting accusing the institution of failing to support free speech and practicing violence against innocent people.
Trump took aim at a long-standing statutory barrier between politics and religion called the Johnson Amendment.
Trump's threat in a tweet provoked a response from California lawmakers, who in discussions on the floor of the state senate called it distasteful and an abuse of power.
Bills have been introduced over the past month in states including North Dakota, Indiana and Iowa that would impose measures such as harsher penalties for demonstrators who disrupt traffic, and scrapping punishment for drivers who unintentionally strike protesters blocking their vehicles.
Concerned that social media posts are fueling a series of lone-wolf attacks, Israel is increasing online monitoring—and further angering young Palestinians.
Most students do their speaking/thinking in the unsafe spaces of the pub or the sports field.
Imogen Wilson, 22, was accused of violating "safe space" at a council meeting at Edinburgh University.
Only Jamaica has entirely repealed laws that would allow journalists to be prosecuted for their reporting.
The gay rights campaigner explains his views on free speech.
We need to separate legitimate free speech from online abuses that threaten the lives of others.
The data could help contextualize the ongoing battles over free speech at American college campuses.
The pope said nothing about free speech or human rights during his visit to Cuba.
The director of the European Jewish Association on why the pen is mightier than the sword.
Tyler claims he was not allowed to enter the UK because of songs he wrote in 2009.
A Massachusetts verdict confirms what an Ohio court ruled last year: The First Amendment always applies.
The First Amendment guarantees free expression. Companies are using it to dodge accountability.
The woman who organized the "Draw the Prophet" event is trying to advertise on Washington, D.C., public transport.
Rules students' rights were not violated when they were sent home during a Cinco de Mayo celebration.