Stories about Divisive

Nasty, misogynistic vandals hit Ronen campaign office

Someone who claims to be a Josh Arce supporter spreading a message of hate

SFPD is a toxic culture of old boys run by insiders who resist reform

Final report of outside investigators is devastating. What will it take to change the SFPD?

What the next homeless director needs to do

Let's make a plan to put 6,000 homeless people into housing. It's something the city can do By Jennifer Friedenbach In my 20 years of working...

The Agenda, Sept. 21 – Sept 27: A big, odd, garbage battle at City Hall …

... Pits the Sierra Club and a giant landfill operator against our local  trash monopoly. Plus: An insane transportation fee goes to the supes,...

Supes decide that more cops are the answer to crime

Despite evidence, the board votes 6-5 to link police staffing to population By Tim Redmond JUNE 24, 2015 – The Board of Supervisors voted yesterday to...

Opinion: The Giants are playing a numbers game with affordable housing

The waterfront proposal doesn't do as much for housing as the team would like you to think By Peter Cohen and Fernando Martí MAY 12,2015 --...

Could Richmond be a model for police reform?

By Brett Murphy Ed. Note: In the past decade, the police department in Richmond, Calif. has undergone a dramatic transformation. Spearheaded by an openly-gay and white...

We’re back — with housing battles, the mayor vs. Wiener, Airbnb … it never ends

By Tim Redmond AUG. 4, 2014 – So many things happened while we were away – and no surprise, much of it had to do...

Politics on Tuesday: Is City Hall under Lee and Chiu more effective?

By Tim Redmond JULY 15, 2014 -- Over at the Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council Thursday night, a group of political observers and activists (including, yes,...

The SF Assembly race and affirmative action

By Tim Redmond MARCH 20, 2014 –A measure in the state Legislature that could end the ban on affirmative action at California public colleges and...