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Foreign Correspondent: Trump’s phony support for Iran’s popular protests

Iranians on all sides of the political spectrum oppose the US president's policies and actions

Ed Lee’s development legacy and the end of ‘balanced growth’

A serious reflection on how the mayor presided over evictions, displacement, and the greatest economic inequality in modern history

What the new mayor’s race poll really shows

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

The Agenda, Jan 2-9: The mayoral issues

The campaigns need to give us specific plans and proposals, starting today

Low-income housing units lost in Oakland, study shows

Anti-eviction Mapping Project shows how housing for poor people is being replaced with housing for tech workers

Last-Minute Holiday Gift Cheat Sheet

One-stop holiday shopping spots where you can scoop up special goodies for everyone, and maybe a little something for yourself

More housing. Higher prices. That’s what a new city report shows

The agenda: Mayor Ed Lee's legacy is reflected in part in a Planning Department report that shows the city is building lots of market-rate housing -- and prices are not coming down

No questions for Ed Lee? What has happened to the idea of robust debate?

The Agenda: Question Time has become a farce. Plus: Stopping evictions, SF politics 101, and fighting Trump's tax plan

Chiang wants to be governor, but is a bit vague on some key issues

State treasurer won't commit to repealing the Ellis Act or Costa-Hawkins, won't promise to support split-role property taxes, and wants to be the progressive who can 'balance a check book.'

Why workers had to strike in Oakland

Don't blame union members for a cost-of-living crisis that they didn't create