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Tagged with: Crime

Kamala Harris and America’s incapability to grapple with the ‘root cause’ of immigration

The US approach to immigration—regardless of party perspective—reveals a fundamental failure of national politics.

Breed’s allegiance to the Yimby movement is hurting her political future

Some of her Big Tech allies have abandoned her—and now the neighborhoods are unhappy too.

Breed ready to criminalize people for lacking a place to live

Mayor tells supes that 'we will not allow people to just remain.'

‘The Lifespan of a Fact’ finds journalism at a perilous juncture

A fascinating play about fact-checking? Believe it.

Breed, Chiu gave right-wing Supreme Court ammunition to criminalize poverty

Grants Pass decision on homelessness relies heavily on the city's legal brief.

The brutality of criminalizing homelessness

The Supreme Court decision is another step in the process of legitimizing systems of oppression.

Screen Grabs: ‘Janet Planet,’ and other cosmic mysteries of the human relationship

'Chestnut' and 'This Closeness' dig into contemporary 20something affairs; 'The Devil's Bath' goes back to 1750.

At 94, ‘Thelma’ star June Squibb is ‘breaking every rule ever made’

'I wanted to do as much as I could,' says feisty film and stage veteran of first solo starring role in action movie.

Under the Stars: Wet your summer whistle with 40 years of ‘Purple Rain’

Plus: Temperatures rise on Kaytranada's 'Timeless,' Mary Timony gets in her bag, dancing in Yerba Buena Gardens, more music

Is crime really the only issue in the SF mayor’s race?

There is so much more to talk about. But that's not what the Democratic Party debate suggested.