Will bears of color be heard from as well? In this city, you've got to watch yourself when you crack wise about ferocious wild predators gallivanting through the city; after Tatiana the Tiger hopped the fence at the San Francisco Zoo, all bets are off. So when the Center for Biological Diversity ann ... More >>
Politicians want pork to pay for Golden Gate increases, but the money should be paid by drivers instead.
A three-month electrical outage exposed a tenderloin apartment building as a firetrap. How did the nonprofit property manager let things get so bad?
Has a labor boss in trouble with the feds joined a high-powered Democratic lobbyist to merge Konocti Harbor Resort with Indian gambling?
A labor boss in trouble with the feds joins a high-powered Democratic lobbyist to merge Konocti Resort with Indian gaming
We look back on the big news stories of 2006 and ask the tough question: Are you an apologist for the year that was?
A new proposed law would put activists in jail for hurting a company's bottom line
More than ready to take on politicians and redevelopers, Willie Ratcliff is in the most important fight of his life.
Tycoons will pay to generate leftist ideas in voters' minds, but now they want to see results
Republicans want to break up "the 9th Circus," the San Francisco-based liberal federal appeals court. Whose side are you on?
In the age of terror, are the people who make fake identification documents for the Hispanic community noble public servants -- or national security risks?
A biased documentary exposes the vicious attempt to bring down Clinton
Brooklyn's Liars have blown it with their sophomore album. And that's a good thing.
Asthma, cancer, and other illnesses occur at higher-than-average rates in Hunters Point. Many residents blame the nearby Navy shipyard, one of the most contaminated ex-military bases in the nation.
As of April 14, the national security police can monitor your medical records without your knowledge. So can the local police.
It's nice to think the right presents could make this a merry holiday season. Nice, but not particularly wise.
Let's Agree to Disagree; Coming Together
The New Main Library retains something of the old
In which an exalted ruler is expelled his wife ostracized, their Elk brother banned, and the oldest active Elks lodge in the country findsitself in court
The Joint Operating Agreement deprives the Chronicle of the resources it needs to produce a great newspaper; it also prevents the afternoon Examiner from connecting with the readers it needs to survive. Since the JOA makes it inevitable that only one wil