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How the war in Yemen could end — in a matter of days

Enforcing an obscure US law 'would affect their ability to fight immediately.'

The Sierra Club and the luxury-housing developer

Northern Alameda chapter backs San Leandro project in a sign that the pro-growth forces are trying to take over the environmental group.

1979 — In the Mission

It's the address for the Monster in the Mission. It was also a year in a neighborhood that has radically changed.

Chilly reception for the new Monster in the Mission plan

New pictures, same old gentrification time bomb at the 16th St. BART plaza -- and even some commissioners were openly dubious.

Breed’s State of the City: Let’s all work together

Except that there's a class war in this city, and the speculators and big corporations have an agenda that's causing horrible problems -- and a lot of people want to know what side the mayor will be on.

SF is ready for public power

After more than 100 years, PG&E is losing -- and clean, renewable energy could be on its way.

Some sanity — and insanity — at the Planning Commission

Dramatic discussion on the housing crisis -- and then business as usual.

PG&E is in bankruptcy court — and public power may be the only way out

The state has allowed PG&E to socialize risk and privatize profit. That might not be an option any more.

A more inclusive city budget, housing that doesn’t get built …

... and shocking data on Black unemployment during the tech boom. That's The Agenda for Jan. 14-20

W. Kamau Bell talks R. Kelly, Elmwood Cafe whiplash on eve of Sketchfest tribute

"If there’s an obituary written about me somewhere it’ll say, ‘Emmy winner, stand up comedian, kicked out of The Elmwood Cafe.'"