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San Francisco Voters To Decide Whether To Tax Tech Giants To Fight Homelessness
And tech CEOs from Twitter and Salesforce are arguing about it on social media.
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California Governor Is 'Missing The Point' With Veto Of Nation's First Safe Injection Site
The proposed San Francisco facility was meant to keep people safe and alive, not cure their addictions.
This Trans Woman Would Make History For San Francisco's Board Of Education
Meet Mia Satya, the 27 year-old activist who could be the first openly trans woman elected official in San Francisco.
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Black Athletes Are Not Objects For Our Entertainment
Administrators, coaches, media, the public -- all of us must stop drawing arbitrary boxes around black athletes and insisting they stay in them.
Tucker Carlson Calls Colin Kaepernick's Nike Ad An 'Attack' On America
The Fox News host said the former 49ers quarterback's campaign with Nike is how “everything falls apart.”
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Colin Kaepernick's Collusion Grievance Against NFL Will Head To Trial
By Rob Maaddi, AP
An arbiter denied the NFL's request to throw out the former San Francisco 49ers player's grievance against the league.
MLB Star Andrew McCutchen Reveals What It's Really Like Inside A Baseball Brawl
Giants star outfielder takes you inside fight night with the Dodgers.
America's Housing Crisis Is Forcing More People To Live In Vehicles
Wealthy cities like Berkeley and Seattle are seeing a boom in people calling their cars and RVs "home."
How Following My Boyfriend Across The Country Actually Made Me A Stronger Woman
, Guest Writer
I never thought I would be that girl.
Police Called On Black Man In San Francisco For 'Breaking Into' His Own Business
Viktor Stevenson says he was testing the security system at his gourmet lemonade store last week when four cops approached him.
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San Francisco Now Allows Noncitizens To Vote In School Board Elections
Immigrant parents "now have a direct voice to influence decisions that impact their children’s needs," an advocate said.
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London Breed Sworn In As San Francisco's First Black Female Mayor
Breed promised to be a voice for those who grew up in public housing, just like she did.
Dwight Clark's Ashes Are Buried Next To 'The Catch' Goal Post
"The dynasty began with you," reads the plaque above his remains.
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‘Occupy ICE’ Movement Spreads Across Cities Nationwide
In San Francisco, protesters have been stationed in tents outside the ICE office since Monday.
'Permit Patty' Lied About Calling The Cops, Audio Reveals
Alison Ettel previously told HuffPost her threat was only a bluff.
What This Queer Sex Worker Learned -- And How She’s Giving Back To Her Community
Maggie Mayhem has a lot to say.
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Federal Judge Dismisses Groundbreaking Climate Change Lawsuits Against Big Oil
San Francisco and Oakland had sued major oil firms to hold them accountable for global warming’s damaging effects.
White Woman Threatened To Call Cops On 8-Year-Old Girl Selling Water
Alison Ettel told HuffPost she was only "pretending" to call the police.
How The Daughter Of A Serial Killer Coped With The Gravity Of Her Dad's Crimes
Jenn Carson was 9 years old when her father was arrested for murder. She has since realized that she doesn’t need to atone for her father’s sins.
Mary Wings Just Wanted An Orgasm When She Created The First Lesbian Comic Book
Shortly after it was published in 1973, "Come Out Comix" could be found atop the toilets of most lesbians in San Francisco.
How 'Dykes On Bikes' Has Been Empowering Queer Women For Decades
Now a ubiquitous fixture at Pride parades around the world, here’s the history of the iconic Dykes On Bikes.
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Videos Show California Cop Shoot Fleeing Man On Bustling Sidewalk
“I don’t feel safe being around the streets with officers shooting people,” a resident said.
How Harvey Milk Became A Leader In San Francisco's LGBTQ Community
Harvey Milk is an LGBTQ icon, known for becoming one of the first openly gay politicians in America.
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What It Means For London Breed To Be The Mayor Of San Francisco
She's taking the reins as the first black woman elected mayor of San Francisco.
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London Breed Elected Mayor Of San Francisco
She will be the first black woman to serve as the city's mayor.
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The History And Meaning Of The Rainbow Pride Flag
Curtis M. Wong
Over 40 years, the iconic, six-stripe flag has generated a mythology of its own.
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