Stories about Donald Trump

Foreign Correspondent: The missile attacks on Syria

The situation on the ground is a lot more complicated than the Trump Administration is saying

Trump, Tokyo, and the Korean crisis

Both the left and the right in Tokyo are angry at the US president, and they don't see much hope for talks with North Korea

No justice, no deal: Time for a better contract with the police union

SF cops are among the highest-paid in the country -- but we aren't getting our money's worth, and the POA is a major obstacle to reform.

Trump’s new plan: Arm theater ushers

It's not enough to protect the schools; how about the movies?

Erik Prince, Blackwater founder, on ‘shithole countries’

His pro-Trump comments are just a small piece of his truly alarming proposal for a private global spy network

Scenes from the incredible Women’s March

At least 50,000 strong, San Franciscans take to the streets to protest Trump and his policies.

Foreign Correspondent: Trump’s phony support for Iran’s popular protests

Iranians on all sides of the political spectrum oppose the US president's policies and actions

Our most-read stories of 2017

From the groundbreaking Women's March to the shocking death of Mayor Ed Lee, 48 Hills continued to cover the stories that mattered.

Why was Garcia Zarate charged with murder?

Jury verdict shows that the DA's case was shaky, at best -- so why did Gascon pursue this?

Jury set in Zarate trial; opening statements Monday

Six men and six women will hear a case with national political implications