Joe ArpaioThe U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will hear arguments tomorrow in a lawsuit filed against Arizona law-enforcement officials who falsely arrested two Village Voice Media executives as retaliation for stories printed in the Phoenix New Times in 2007.All 11 judges of the appe ... More >>
He didn't get the memoWould you like to see the next generation of American jurists learn their trade at the feet of a war criminal? Most citizens of the modern world outside Zimbabwe -- and parts of New Jersey, strangely enough -- would likely answer that question with a resounding "no." B ... More >>
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Dog Bites tags along for a Kafka-esque encounter with the FBI
Steffen Franz is quite the optimist. First he took the "slack" out of dancehall, now he's crusading to help heal the wounds of a country.
How William Newsom's pipeline into the Getty fortune has put money -- lots of it -- in his politically ambitious son's pocket
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A Berkeley forensic mathematician, the herculean effort to identify World Trade Center victims with DNA, and the value of closure
If San Francisco's such a great book town, how come we don't have a book festival?
A Peace Corps volunteer describes his sudden evacuation from Uzbekistan as U.S. troops arrived for an assault on Afghanistan
Some say Phyllis Kanki saved Senegal from AIDS. But can the controversial triage approach she's developing at Stanford protect the continent's western edge from the devastation suffered in the south?
An AIDS vaccine designed by renowned researcher Don Francis is in final testing. The Plague could be over - but the gay and scientific establishments are utterly unenthused.
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