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San Francisco To Temporarily Remove All Electric Scooters From StreetsOfficials announced Thursday that the ubiquitous electric scooters in San Francisco will be removed from city streets in two weeks as a new permit process is implemented.
N. Korea Says It's Open for Talks After Trump Cancels SummitPresident Trump has canceled the upcoming summit between the United States and the North Koreans in a new letter released on Thursday.
Court Says Defendants Could Get Facebook InfoThe California Supreme Court has ruled that Facebook and other social media companies could be required to turn over user content that is public to criminal defendants.
DA: No Charges In High Profile San Francisco Officer-Involved ShootingsAn apologetic San Francisco District Attorney announced Thursday that no charges will be filed against the SFPD officers involved in two high-profile fatal officer-involved shootings cases.
Why We're Not Hearing Much From Colin Kaepernick On The NFL Anthem DecisionSo far, Kaepernick has not commented on the new policy, and a lot of NFL fans aren't holding their breath.
Senate Passes Long-Stalled Bill To Address Sexual Harassment On Capitol HillThe Senate has passed its long-stalled legislation that would overhaul how sexual harassment complaints are made and handled on Capitol Hill and would hold members of Congress personally responsible for paying such settlements out of their own pockets.
Trump Campaign Backs Businessman John Cox In Governor's RacePresident Donald Trump's campaign is announcing its support for California businessman John Cox's campaign for governor.
BART Board Member Wants To Make Drug Use Inside Stations A FelonyA BART board member has a plan that could stop scenes of graphic drug use inside stations and elevators. She wants to threaten the drug-users with prison time.
School Board Member Apologizes For Response To Complaints About N-WordA Campbell school board member is apologizing after telling students to toughen up when students complained that racial slurs were thrown around campus.
Students Rally To Stop Transfer Of Brentwood Teacher After Kneeling Protest
Judge: President Can't Block Critics On TwitterA federal judge in New York says President Donald Trump violates the First Amendment by blocking critics on Twitter for political speech.
Feinstein Drops Support For Death Penalty"It became crystal clear to me that the risk of unequal application is high and its effect on deterrence is low," the senator said.

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