The charge stemming from a speech given by Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren on Feb. 8, 2010, at UC Irvine has largely become a battle over the legal definition of free speech.
Eleven Muslim students charged with disrupting a speech by the Israeli ambassador to the U.S. at a California university are due in court.
A 27-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to charges of threatening a Southern California councilwoman over remarks she made at a protest outside a gathering of Muslims last month in Yorba Linda.
A Southland Muslim woman is calling for a written apology and a full investigation after she was removed from a Southwest flight.
An attorney for one of the students says prosecutors illegally obtained search warrants and focused on his clients’ perceived religion by dubbing the case the “UCI Muslim case.”
Eleven Muslim students are set to be arraigned Friday on charges of disrupting a speech by Israeli ambassador Michael Oren at the University of California, Irvine, in a case that has stoked intense debate about the freedom of speech.
Two civil liberties groups have sued the FBI, claiming that one of the agency’s former informants was ordered to target Muslims for surveillance when he infiltrated a California mosque.
About 100 UC Irvine educators, including five deans, want charges dropped against 11 students who interrupted an Israeli ambassador’s on-campus speech last year.
Sheriff Lee Baca said Monday he strongly disagrees with a New York lawmaker who says American Muslims are being uncooperative with law enforcement.
Are TV audiences ready for a new kind of “American Dad”? Katie Couric thinks so.
It’s been a 24-hour roller-coaster for ousted NPR host Juan Williams, whose comments about Muslims on Fox News has led to him taking a job with the network.
After over 10 years of serving as host and analyst for National Public Radio, Juan Williams has become the second news personality in recent weeks to be fired over on-air comments.
Officials say a Muslim worker has agreed to wear a specially-designed covering to meet her costume and religious needs.
A Muslim woman who works as a hostess at a Disneyland restaurant alleged Wednesday the theme park would not allow her to appear in front of customers while wearing her head scarf.