Stories about One Percent

The problem with how SF handles sexual assaults

And why the city needs to take a new approach that starts with the needs of the survivors

The Agenda, March 20-26: Breed’s oddly conservative attack on income taxes

Supes will start to look at Trump's budget after board prez makes surprisingly conservative speech against progressive taxes

The budget picture is bleak — but Mayor Lee has no worries

Is it time for a city income tax? That might actually be possible (but we're not hearing much about it from Room 200)

The Agenda, March 6-12: The next front in the anti-Trump resistance

It's about money -- and how city officials will respond to the looming federal cuts -- and it starts this week

Obama, the rich, and fair taxes

Great speech. Inspiring speech. Just one little problem

The developers are wrong: CEQA doesn’t stop housing

A major new study, mostly ignored by local news media, shows that the state's key environmental law is not an impediment to housing or affordable housing

Why allowing more housing makes property more expensive

Loosen zoning restrictions and you get higher land values -- but there's another approach, and it's not really all that crazy

San Francisco, two-party town

There's not a lot of room in the center these days

Crashing the Super Bowl party

The Super Bowl is for the very rich, but the people who struggle to live here on the streets every day made a strong statement for the national media

The hidden tragedy of transgender seniors

A generation that transitioned in the 1960s and 1970s is locked out of the US health-care system By Liana Aghajanian NOVEMBER 19, 2015 -- In the...