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PG&E Sued Over Landslide That Destroyed San Francisco Home“PG&E’s shoddy work caused this problem, but the company is trying to shirk its responsibility,” City Attorney Dennis Herrera said.
Ford Recalling 1.3 Million Pickups Over Door Issue Ford is recalling about 1.3 million 2015-17 F-150 and 2017 Super Duty vehicles in North America because of potential door problems.
State Senator: Break Up PG&E If Their Negligence Caused WildfiresState Senator Jerry Hill says if it is determined negligence from PG&E caused the wine country fires, then he will move to break up the company.
San Francisco Supervisor Seeks Permit Program For Delivery RobotsSimilarly to the permits now issued for self-driving cars, it will require that the robots be accompanied by a human who can take control quickly.
Twitter Vows New Crackdown On Hateful, Abusive Tweets Twitter vowed to crack down further on hate speech and sexual harassment, days after CEO Jack Dorsey said in a tweet-storm that the company was “still” not doing enough to protect its users.
Tough Housing Market Awaits Wine Country Wildfire VictimsThe many thousands who lost their houses, condos and apartments in those fires will have to find a new place to live in one of the toughest housing markets in the nation.
PG&E Sued By Santa Rosa Couple Who Lost Their Home In Tubbs FireA Santa Rosa couple who lost their home in the Tubbs Fire sued PG&E Co., claiming the fire was caused by alleged negligence by the utility in maintaining electric lines and pruning trees and vegetation.
Marijuana Supply Reduced By Northern California WildfiresThe Northern California wildfires have hit the marijuana industry, burning dozens of pot farms and leaving many more engulfed in smoke.
Senators Reach Bipartisan Deal On Resuming Payments To Health InsurersKey senators reached a breakthrough deal Tuesday on resuming federal payments to health insurers that President Donald Trump has blocked.
California Treasurer Continues Sanctions On Wells FargoSanctions imposed by California State Treasurer John Chiang on Wells Fargo Bank for establishing up to 3.5 million bogus accounts will remain in place for a second year.
Silicon Valley Tech Giants May Find Future Shaped By EuropeThe likes of Facebook, Google and Apple are increasingly facing an uncomfortable truth: it is Europe’s culture of tougher oversight of companies, not America’s laissez-faire attitude, which could soon rule their industry.
Trump Drug Czar Nominee Withdraws After '60 Minutes,' WaPo ReportRepresentative Tom Marino, President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the nation’s drug czar, is withdrawing from consideration following reports that he played a key role in weakening the federal government’s authority to stop companies from distributing opioids.

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