Reporters who covered him playing for Oakland Tech and Cal remember a very different Marshawn Lynch—one who went out of his way to be cooperative. So what happened?
He’s taking off the (surgical) gloves against Californians who refuse to vaccinate their children—and the politicians and reporters who “accommodate” them.
What surprised me was her open-mindedness. Suddenly she approached dating with a genuine curiosity about all the types of men she’d missed out on. “Why not?” she said. “It’s just a first date.”
Why—given what UC Berkeley expert Franklin Zimring calls a “scandalous” failure to collect data—nobody actually knows the answer.
A first-of-its-kind law requires that caged laying hens be given more room to stand, turn around and spread their wings.
A Berkeley protégé of best-selling food journalist Michael Pollan delves into an organic grassroots movement, born of necessity, that bucks agribusiness. And yes, it’s in Montana.
A sorority woman worries that fraternity party hosts expect their sorority guests to offer “payback” for an evening of alcohol and entertainment.
Men are running into a problem that has bedeviled women in the workplace for decades: the flexibility stigma. Not to mention what some experts call the "femininity stigma."
UC Berkeley-launched innovations for a drone sports camera and a digital stethoscope earn their founders spots on the new Forbes “30 Under 30” lists.
Who and what determines whether police officers have used excessive force? Congress and the courts will consider whether the system is unfair.
A Berkeley professor and her team discover a revolutionary new tool for snipping and editing genomes.