She's been called the female Manny Pacquiao. But can Ana Julaton make people care about women's boxing?
Jim HerdThere is grandeur in this view of life...Text by Joe Eskenazi. Gorgeous photos by Jim Herd. In the many months between when we first reported the inception of the San Francisco-based United Football League up to the moment we wandered into a largely abandoned AT&T Park for the Saturda ... More >>
Weather Underground leaders claimed their bombings were devised to avoid bloodshed. But FBI agents suspect the radical '70s group killed an S.F. cop in the name of revolution.
A jury considers whether a store clerk in the Bayview acted in cold blood or in self-defense when he shot a woman he accused of shoplifting.
De Palma's Redacted never flinches from the casualties of war. Will you?
Steven Soderbergh tries, and largely fails, to make 'em like they used to
Let's scrap the city's weak, pale-green environmental standards and actually take the total environment into account
How the fractured counterrecruitment movement includes those hoping to bring the draft back
Advances in ultrarealistic simulation let soldiers experience the war in Iraq -- before they go
Infiltrator looks in on a few Christian groups that help misguided souls pray their way out of the gay lifestyle. Right here in the Bay Area.
An unfond look back at Freedom Toast, TV jingoes, and a pro-war bully called Tony Hall
Worried about what John Poindexter's up to as federal information czar? Call his home number and ask.
Deciding they just wouldn't take it anymore, Bayview citizens stopped a Navy plan to incinerate toxic gas at Hunters Point Shipyard
Jack Shaheen crusades against cinema's depiction of Reel Bad Arabs
Novelist James Ellroy reshapes America's ugly history in his own image
In the 1960s Anthony Poshepny was a CIA operative whose macabre Southeast Asian exploits drew comparisons with Col. Kurtz, the megalomaniacal anti-hero of Apocalypse Now
Jack Boulware meditates on the devilish infighting over Anton LaVey's legacy
While condemning India for its nuclear testing, the U.S. government quietly funnels billions to research programs aimed at creating an ever-more-virulent nuclear arsenal
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
A look at the Cold War ghosts that haunt the rim of the city
Police watchdog agency the Office of Citizen Complaints braces for its fifth lame director