Facebook, Google To Face Congress Over White NationalismRepresentatives from Facebook and Google will be on Capitol Hill Tuesday, face questions from lawmakers about how their platforms are used by white supremacists.
Vanden High School In Fairfield Closed Following Racist Threat; Other Incidents InvestigatedVanden High School in Fairfield has canceled all classes and school activities for Wednesday as school district officials and police investigated a racist threat on campus following previous incidents.
San Jose Middle School Seeks To Shed Name Of Racist 1st CA GovernorA San Jose middle school named after a former racist state leader is asking the community for suggestions on what to rename it.
Virginia Governor Says Racist Yearbook Photo Was Not of Him, Will Not ResignVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, said during a press conference Saturday that he did not appear in the racist photograph from his medical school yearbook page that surfaced on Friday.
Filipino-American Vet Says Starbucks Barista Wrote Racial Slur On His CupFilipino-American Air Force veteran Johncarl Festejo said he was shocked when he heard his order called at a Vacaville Starbucks counter last week.
Giants Distance Themselves From Owner's Controversial DonationThe San Francisco Giants attempted to distance themselves Monday from a donation by one of the team's 30 owners to controversial Mississippi U.S. Senate candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith.
Racist Graffiti Mars Oakland City Council CampaignAn Oakland city council candidate says someone is spraying swastikas and other hate messages on his campaign signs and he's begun to worry about the safety of his family.
Hayward City Council Candidate Fights Through Overt Racism, IslamophobiaThe campaign trail for Hayward's city council is turning ugly for Aisha Wahab, a Muslim candidate who has become the target of racial remarks and other threats. 
US Judge Repeats Trump Vulgarity During Immigration HearingA U.S. judge Tuesday repeated President Donald Trump's vulgar description of African countries while questioning his administration's motives for ending a program that lets immigrants from four countries live and work legally in the U.S.
Controversial Statue Removed From San Francisco Civic CenterOnly the concrete base remained early Friday after work crews worked overnight to remove a 19th century statue near San Francisco City Hall that activists say was racist and demeaning to indigenous people.
San Francisco Board Approves Removing Controversial 'Early Days' StatueThe San Francisco Board of Appeals voted unanimously Wednesday night for the removal of the "Early Days" statue.