Stories about Jobs

Michael Apted’s monumental, 55-year chronicle of class inequality

The director speaks about his celebrated UP series—now on '63 UP'—tracing the lives of 14 subjects across five decades

Screen Grabs: Fake news from Clint Eastwood and Imelda Marcos

Plus: A Mexican ambulance family, where sound effects come from, one of 2019's best small US features, and more in cinemas.

SF man faces deportation—for a crime he committed at 16

Simon Liu is a tech worker, a community volunteer, and a clear example of rehabilitation. But ICE wants to deport him to China, unless Gov. Newsom intervenes.

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.

Supes look to protect tenants while planners make the housing crisis worse

Eviction limits headed to board -- while massive highrise goes before Planning Commission. That's The Agenda for Dec. 2-9, 2019

Breed refuses to sign housing bill

Haney's legislation charging developers for affordable housing will become law anyway -- but the mayor's message is stunning.

Foreign Correspondent: A New Arab Spring in Lebanon and Iraq

Once again, people in the Middle East want democratic reforms and an end to corruption and foreign domination

Election night: Ballot problems in D5

Some precincts had no supervisorial ballots. Some had no power. Both sides scramble for turnout.

Housing balance measure headed for March ballot

Campaign will define the city's future -- and the state of local politics.

In dramatic hearing, Haney housing measure moves forward

City economist produces laughable report on negative impacts as Peskin raises the key question: Why do we want more office development anyway?