Stories about Clinton

Foreign correspondent: Libya, the forgotten war

Though it has disappeared from headlines, Libya’s humanitarian crisis continues unabated

In ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble,’ filmmaker Dawn Porter limns civil rights icon

The Bay Area director's new doc follows the congressional lion from early years to legendary status.

Foreign Correspondent: Michael Flynn’s forgotten Turkish connection

Before Russiagate, the former national security advisor was an operative for Turkey, tilting foreign policy against the Kurds.

‘Crip Camp’ captures a very vivid moment in disability rights struggle

New doc tells the story of hippie-like Camp Jened's critical influence—but 'don't call it inspiration porn' says filmmaker

New Music: On Thundercat’s ‘It is What It Is,’ a fusion of love, life, loss

The bass virtuoso's latest album comes with a jazz-funk strut and playful attitude, plus some existential questions.

If the Democrats want to elect Trump, just have more debates like this one

Sanders might be the nominee. All this trash talk does is give the incumbent more video clips to use in the fall.

Unlimited growth doesn’t help the local economy

In SF, a rising tide doesn't lift all boats; it drowns the people who can't afford a boat. So why is Scott Wiener pushing a discredited neoliberal agenda?

Mohammed Nuru’s worst offense

Under Nuru, DPW routinely violated the rights of homeless people.

After Iowa, why the establishment fears Sanders

The Democratic Party leadership may not be afraid that Bernie will lose; they may be afraid that he will win.

Bingeing on dystopia: The politico-cultural decade in review

Foresight is 2020. So what do we make of the fraught and contradictory 2010s, our last chance?