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House, Senate Approve Speier Bill Targeting Sexual Harassment In Congress
Both the Senate and the House of Representatives passed legislation sponsored by Rep. Jackie Speier (D-San Mateo) Thursday to reform how sexual harassment is handled on Capitol Hill.
US Appeals Court Blocks Trump Birth Control Coverage Rules
A U.S. appeals court Thursday blocked rules by the Trump administration allowing more employers to opt out of providing women with no-cost birth control.
Photos: Industrial-Rock Greats Nine Inch Nails Explode At Bill Graham Civic
Industrial-rock icon Trent Reznor brought his band Nine Inch Nails to the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for the second of two nights Tuesday, sharing the stage with UK noise-pop pioneers Jesus and Mary Chain.
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DeMarcus Cousins: 'I Can See The Light At The End Of The Tunnel'
The long hours in the gym, rehabilitating his surgically repaired Achilles back into NBA playing shape, is beginning to pay off for Golden State Warriors All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins.
NASA To Curry: Yes, We Went To The Moon And We Can Prove It
NASA has offered to give NBA superstar Steph Curry a tour of one of its lunar labs after the Golden State Warriors guard said on a podcast that he doubts humans landed on the moon.
Oakland Raiders Rescind Offer To Rent Coliseum For 2019 Season
Raiders officials on Wednesday rescinded a rent offer that would have kept the team playing at the Oakland Coliseum for the 2019 season in response to the federal antitrust lawsuit being filed by the city of Oakland.
Oakland Files Antitrust, Breach Of Contract Suit Against Raiders, NFL
The City Attorney of Oakland announced late Tuesday morning that Oakland has filed a lawsuit against the Raiders and the NFL over the team's move to Las Vegas.
Bluestone Lane Brings Aussie-Style Coffee, Toast To Financial District
Looking for a new spot to grab your morning coffee and breakfast in the Financial District? You're in luck: Bluestone Lane has arrived at 225 Bush St. — the former location of Coffee Cultures.
SoMa Snags A New Sandwich Spot: Banh Mi King
A new Vietnamese spot specializing in sandwiches has opened its doors in SoMa.
Dim Sum, Street Snacks, Chinese Fare In San Francisco
What's Heating Up San Francisco's Food Scene This Month
Food trends come and go. So how can you tell which tastes are trending right now?
Budget-Friendly Eastern European Eats In San Francisco
Craving some hearty Eastern European fare to stave off the autumn chill, but don't want to break the bank? We've got you covered.
Anchors Aweigh For 3 New San Francisco Sushi Bars
Sushi never goes out of style. So if you're interested in checking out new rice and roll arrivals to the city, we've got you covered.
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Inflatable Art Floats Into San Francisco’s Exploratorium
“Inflatable: Expanding Works of Art” features five massive pieces that all incorporate air and will be on display at the Exploratorium through Sept. 3.
Best Beach Vacations On The Atlantic
A look at five of the best beach vacations with widest range of things to do and places to stay along the Atlantic Coast.
Treat Mom To A B&B Fit For A Queen
Treat your mother to a B&B fit for a queen this Mother's Day.
Great America WinterFest Ticket Giveaway
Enter for your chance to win tickets to the newest and most immersive holiday tradition for the whole family – WinterFest at California’s Great America!
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Fire Chief Says Verizon Needs to Drop 1st Responder Data Caps
A Marin County battalion chief says Verizon needs to do more to make high-speed data constantly available to emergency response teams. Andria Borba reports. (8-24-18)
Verizon Data Throttling Bolsters Battle for Net Neutrality in California Legislature
A new push to keep mobile data speeds from being controlled by private companies comes after a Bay Area fire chief accused Verizon of throttling their data while firefighters were battling the largest wildfire in California history. Andria Borba reports. (8-22-18)
First Responders Say Verizon Data Throttling Impedes Wildfire Response
Santa Clara County says their fire department's data was throttled as they fought the state's largest wildfire in history. That made it difficult for them to share vital information with the public. Julie Watts reports. (8-22-18)
China-Focused Google Project Receives Employee Backlash
Google has reportedly been working on a secret project codenamed Dragonfly, which is a censored version of its own search engine to be used in mainland China. On Thursday, news broke about a protest letter signed by 1,400 employees saying they wanted to “raise urgent moral and ethical issues” about Dragonfly. Kiet Do reports. (8-16-18)
New ‘Good2Go’ App Locates Restrooms in Busy Cities
An app called Good2Go offers help finding an open public restroom in busy cities like San Francisco, where restrooms are usually accompanied by a “For Customers Only” sign. Susie Steimle reports. (7-27-18)
ConsumerWatch: New Phishing Scam Involves 'Sextortion'
The newest phishing scam circulating online is sure to get your attention -- it has to do with porn and your password. Julie Watts reports. (7-26-18)
Raw Video: Rep. Speier On Passage Of Bill Targeting Harassment In Congress
Bay Area Rep. Jackie Speier spoke following the passage of a bill cracking down on sexual harassment among members of Congress. (12/13/18)
Bomb Threats Reported Across Country, Including Bay Area
Along with the Bay Area, bomb threats were reported in multiple cities across the U.S. Thursday, including Chicago, New York and Boston. Allen Martin reports. (12/13/18)
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