Police in Austin, Texas have released the identities and mugshots of six communists who participated in weekend demonstrations near the state capitol building in response to the election of Donald Trump as president.
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The student government at a fancypants women's college on Manhattan's Upper West Side has decided to respond to Donald Trump's presidential election victory with a safe space event at which students can sip hot chocolate and besmear "feminist coloring pages" featuring Hillary Clinton and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders criticized the Electoral College in the wake of Donald Trump's presidential election victory because, he said, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote and closely contested states receive too much attention.
The Daily Caller attended the Chicago edition of Marxism Day School on Saturday -- a nationwide, all-day event with communist catechisms scheduled in eight cities around the country.
Staffers at the University of Michigan Law School scheduled a post-presidential election event entitled "Post-election Self-care with Food and Play."
A Cornell University history professor called for a general strike by black artists, academics and professionals this week in response to Donald Trump's presidential election victory.
Is It Ethical To Work For Trump? Let’s Ask The Ivy League Professor Who Endorses HAVING SEX WITH ANIMALS
A Princeton University ethics professor has pronounced that taking a job in Donald Trump's impending presidential administration is ethically permissible -- even for people who privately oppose Trump.
These last two days have been rough ones for students on many of America's cloistered college campuses. After it became apparent that Republican Donald Trump would win the 2016 presidential election, there was much lamentation. There was wailing and gnashing of teeth.
Just prior to each presidential election in the United States, costume retailer Spirit Halloween releases a survey showing which major candidate's mask is more popular. For the last 20 years, this popularity survey has also predicted the winner of the election.
Once-obscure political science professor Helmut Norpoth is now basking in the sweet glow of success -- and newfound fame --- after confidently predicting way back in February that Donald Trump was virtually guaranteed to win the 2016 presidential election.
The day after Donald Trump's presidential election win on Tuesday night, a teacher at a fancypants private high school in New York City penned an essay --- datelined NEW YORK --- to explain how he is helping the children of obscene wealth cope with "despair, anxiety or indignation" about the news.
A federal judge has ordered Rolling Stone and its disgraced writer, Sabrina Rubin Erdely, to cough up $3 million in damages after a jury found the magazine -- and the writer -- liable for defaming University of Virginia dean Nicole P. Eramo in an article about a bogus gang rape on campus.
Just hours before polls open on the East Coast on Tuesday, celebrity pollster Nate Silver's final -- or very nearly final -- analysis of a throng of presidential polls shows Democrat Hillary Clinton holding a national lead between 3 and 4 points over Republican Donald Trump.
The president of a two-year branch of the University of New Mexico charged state taxpayers for a Bigfoot expedition he took with some of his Bigfoot-believing buddies --- none of whom is a student or school employee --- and for a Bigfoot "experts" conference on campus.
A group of white students at Pomona College established a new, white-people-bashing group this week with the impressively long, 10-word title: "We've Got Work To Do: White People for Deconstructing Whiteness."
The principal at a high school in Knoxville, Tennessee has decided to rescind a suspension given to senior Carson Koller after Koller made the mistake of purchasing an extra chicken nugget in the school cafeteria.
Moody's Analytics has officially predicted that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States.
The Daily Caller’s Illustrated History Of Everyone Donald Trump Has Threatened To Sue During His Presidential Campaign (So Far)
On June 16, 2015, Donald Trump glided down an escalator at Trump Tower in New York City -- with stout waves and an exuberant thumbs-up -- to announce his intention to run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
The University of Michigan is paying its newly-appointed chief diversity officer a sweet salary that is substantially more than any governor in any state makes.
Back in April, on the advice of some bureaucrats, the parliament of the Czech Republic officially shortened the country's name to "Czechia." The Central European nation's full, formal name would still be the Czech Republic, but the newly tampered-with name would be a punchier, breezier expression of national identity. That was the plan.