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COVID is devastating the US economy—while the very rich get very richer

Why is this radical economic inequality not at the top of everyone's political agenda—from Joe Biden to Gavin Newsom and London Breed?

Lawsuit seeks to reduce ICE detention during pandemic

Horrific conditions at immigration detention centers put inmates at high risk.

KQED says 48 Hills is a story of the decade

Reporting package looks back at the most impactful events of the past 10 years, highlighting the Bay Guardian and 48 Hills.

San Francisco’s doomed! Listen to this mix

As we dive into election time, here's an optimistic mix of classic SF jams that have foretold and saved us from glorious ruin.

In Yuba County, protesting Northern California’s last ICE prison

Repulsion to Trump is expanding beyond the liberal enclaves.

Special Report: Scenes from the migrant caravan in Tijuana, part 1

Anthropologists from UC Berkeley document the treatment of the migrants as they face heavy weather and delays at the border.

Special Report: Ed Lee’s police legacy

As the candidates for mayor talk about police reform, we look back at what went wrong under the last administration

Frisco Five lead march to Sacto for victims of police violence

The hunger strikers are taking their case to the state attorney general with a 14-day march

Trial date for Luis Gongora case set for Fall 2018

"The family in Yucatan is torn" as first court hearing suggests fight over public information

Update: All seven have been released. Local rapper Equipto detained at SFPD Chief swearing in ceremony

UPDATE: All seven individuals have now been released from detention.  Monday: Local rapper Equipto, real name Ilyich Sato, was arrested alongside six others at the...