Stories about Google
Backers of the new law say it will curb sex trafficking—but the effect on sex workers and an open Internet has already been calamitous.
Hidden money seeks to control SF politics
Supes committee, with two members missing, hears critical discussion on a measure that would upzone most of the city -- without providing the tools to prevent massive displacement
Chances are it is—and Bay Area activists are fighting to get big investment funds to drop their stocks in the companies that make mass-murder machines.
Sparks fly at the Potrero Hill Democratic Club, where candidates could ask each other questions
Berkeley's doing it—and will probably reap the rewards of a green economic boom. Meanwhile, San Francisco digs deeper into the tech rut.
Can we reform local politics in a Citizens United era? Or will some reforms just make things worse?
In a stunning, unanimous decision, planners say you can't evict a centenarian, lie about it on your condo application, and get a lucrative permit
Planning rules don't allow lucrative conversions after evictions -- so how can the Planning Commission allow Iris Canada's apartment to become a condo?
Leno comes out ahead -- but with ranked-choice voting, the real story is whether London Breed can run as the candidate of Ed Lee's legacy