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The giant automaker dropped its legal challenge against the Golden State’s tough emissions standards, pushing its rivals to do the same.
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The city now allows inside table service at 25 percent capacity, but some restaurants are keeping their dining rooms closed.
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SF producer and Brooklyn singer create spacey, ruminative track during quarantine.
Prepare to move your car every two hours, or pony up for a permit.
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