President Obama yesterday calling out Kamala Harris as, "by far, the best-looking Attorney General," was, unquestionably, an odd moment. It was a clunky thing to do for a man with strong reputations as both an egalitarian and a glib orator; it'd be akin to watching Richard Petty driving slowly in th ... More >>
Trouble in paradise?â€‹Two environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in federal court in San Francisco, asserting the EPA did not adequately enforce provisions of the Clean Air Act.The lawsuit, filed yesterday by the Sierra Club and WildEarth Guardian ... More >>
U.S. NavyThe U.S.S. San Francisco rides againJust as cranks who warn us we're playing with our lives for living in the natural disaster Mecca that is California predicted, San Francisco yesterday sank beneath the waves of the Pacific and headed for the bottom of the ocean. But that's okay. San Franc ... More >>
The last people you would want to stiff are cage fighters, but it appears that’s what one promoter did
Republicans want to break up "the 9th Circus," the San Francisco-based liberal federal appeals court. Whose side are you on?
Local comic Rex Navarrete invades the Philippines
Five years after Swingers, Jon Favreau just wanted to get a movie Made
John Cameron Mitchell takes a mile with his silly, fun musical
Silke Tudor swoons over Foetus, cowboy space tunes, and Tentacle Sessions
Hissy Fits and Harangues
After billionaire pedophile Larry Hillblom died, illegitimate children began stepping forward to demand part of his estate. It took cutting-edge genetic sleuths to prove that they were, indeed, to the mogul born.
Just when you thought it was safe to flag down the waiter, a storm brews over shark fin soup.
The strange quest of San Anselmo's Graham Hawkes, who will dive a two-man submarine to the deepest point in the ocean. If someone gives him $7 million.
How lavish can $20 million in cost overruns make a federal court- house? Let's start with the $33,000 desk.
Thousands of Filipinos fought and spied and suffered and died under American command to help us win World War II. The U.S. government says the soldiers who survived -- now elderly, often living in poverty -- aren't worthy of military benefits. Four storie