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  1. Rep. Barbara Lee on Kamala Harris’ Historic VP Win2020/11/09
    We'll talk with East Bay Democratic Congresswoman Barbara Lee about Oakland native Kamala Harris' historic election as the first female vice president, as well as the first Black person and first Asian American to hold the office. We'll also discuss Lee's own re-election this week, and her priorities for her next term.
  2. Biographer Evan Osnos Describes Unifying Personality in ‘Joe Biden’2020/11/09
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  3. What to Expect from a Defiant, Lame-Duck Trump2020/11/09
    As President Trump continues to refuse to concede, we'll discuss what to look for as he enters his lame-duck period. We'll also talk about the role of Republicans in Congress who are largely refusing to acknowledge President-elect Joe Biden's victory thus far.
  4. Election 2020: Biden Leads in Georgia and Pennsylvania2020/11/06
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  5. Election 2020: Biden Gets Closer to 2702020/11/06
    As the ballot count continues, we’ll bring you the latest on the presidential race as well as other state and national election results.
  6. Historian Jon Meacham on the 2020 Presidential Election2020/11/05
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  7. Election 2020: Latest Election News2020/11/05
    Forum brings you continued analysis of state and national election results.
  8. How Prop. 22 Could Reshape Labor Laws and the Future of Work2020/11/05
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  9. Latest Presidential Election News2020/11/05
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  10. Election 2020: Breaking Down the Results (So Far)2020/11/04
    Forum brings you continued analysis of state and national election results.
  11. Election 2020: Breaking Down the Results (So Far)2020/11/04
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  12. The World Is Also Closely Watching the U.S. Election2020/11/03
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  13. Your Election Day Voting Questions Answered2020/11/03
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  14. Election 2020: The Battle for Congress2020/11/03
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  15. The U.S. Has Never Felt This Divided. History Suggests Otherwise.2020/11/02
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  16. Electoral College in the Spotlight2020/11/02
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  17. Secretary of State Alex Padilla on Voting in California2020/11/02
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  18. San Francisco Public Health Director Grant Colfax2020/10/30
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  19. As High Stakes Presidential Election Looms, Anxiety Spikes2020/10/30
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  20. On Immigration, the Contrast Between Trump and Biden is Stark2020/10/30
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  21. State Allows In-Person Visits at Nursing Homes in Low-Risk Areas2020/10/29
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  22. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Takes Stock of Pandemic Response in “American Crisis”2020/10/29
    New York City, an international travel hub and region with 19 million people, was particularly vulnerable to a fast-spreading pandemic like coronavirus. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s new book “American Crisis” takes stock of what his state and its largest city have been through, details the shortfalls of the federal response, and offers a blueprint for future outbreaks.
  23. Pandemic Amplifies Meaning of Dia De Los Muertos This Year2020/10/29
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  24. U.S. Seeing Surge of Get-Out-the-Vote Enthusiasm2020/10/29
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  25. The Science (and Art) of Election Polling2020/10/28
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  26. How Lessons from the Past Can Help Repair Social Trust in the U.S.2020/10/28
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  27. California Watchdog Finds ‘Frequent Noncompliance’ With Mask Rules in State Prisons2020/10/27
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  28. San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo on the Economy, the Pandemic and Housing Homeless People2020/10/27
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  29. Sociologist Zeynep Tufekci on the Key to this Pandemic2020/10/27
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  30. New Signs of Foreign Election Interference Concern National Security Experts2020/10/26
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  31. Fareed Zakaria Offers ‘Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World’2020/10/26
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  32. Journalist Farai Chideya Centers Women of Color’s Voices in ‘Our Body Politic’2020/10/26
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  33. In Major Police Reform SFPD Will No Longer Handle Most Psychiatric and Behavioral Crisis Calls2020/10/23
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  34. Trump and Biden Face Off in Final Presidential Debate2020/10/23
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  35. Julian Castro On the Upcoming Election and Future of Politics2020/10/23
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  36. Pope Francis Comes Out in Support of Civil Unions for Same-Sex Couples2020/10/22
    In an interview for a documentary released Wednesday, Pope Francis said he favors civil unions for same-sex couples, a step toward more inclusion for LGBTQ people in the Catholic church. We’ll talk to Jesuit priest and LGBTQ advocate Father James Martin about the significance of the Pope’s comments.
  37. Parents of 545 Children Separated at Border Have Not Been Found2020/10/22
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  38. Sen. Feinstein Draws Criticism from Democrats for Role in Senate’s Supreme Court Justice Hearings2020/10/22
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  39. Food Banks Struggle to Meet Pandemic-Fueled Demand2020/10/22
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  40. Election 2020: Prop. 21 Brings Back Another Attempt to Expand Rent2020/10/21
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  41. Election 2020: Measure RR Would Fund Caltrain with Sales Tax2020/10/21
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  42. As Voters Turn Out in Record Numbers, We Take Your Voting Questions2020/10/21
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  43. Oakland City Council To Vote on Homeless Encampment Restrictions2020/10/20
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  44. Election 2020: Mountain View Moves to Keep Restrictions on RVs2020/10/20
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  45. Asian American Voters Have Growing Power But Get Little Outreach2020/10/20
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  46. Reporter Jim Tankersley on the Economy and Election 20202020/10/19
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  47. Election 2020: Dave Cortese and Ann Ravel Vie for South Bay State Senate Seat2020/10/19
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  48. As some Bay Area Schools Reopen, Many Others Stay Shuttered2020/10/16
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  49. California Republicans Refuse to Remove Unofficial Ballot Boxes2020/10/16
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  50. How the Coronavirus Pandemic Places a Greater Burden on Working Women2020/10/16
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  51. Proposition 23 Puts Kidney Dialysis Rules Back in Front of California Voters2020/10/15
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  52. Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings for Amy Coney Barrett Focus on Future of Healthcare, Abortion and Voting Rights2020/10/15
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  53. Election 2020: Prop. 19 Would Allow Some Homeowners to Hold On to Low Property Tax Rates … And More2020/10/15
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  54. Election 2020: Proposition 24 and the Debate Over Online Privacy Protections2020/10/15
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  55. Election 2020: Proposition 22 Would Allow App Companies to Classify Drivers as Contractors2020/10/09
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  56. Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Set to Start as White House Covid Outbreak Grows2020/10/09
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  57. Election 2020: Bay Area Police Reform Ballot Measures2020/10/09
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  58. Election 2020: Proposition 15 Would Raise Property Taxes on Big Businesses for Schools, Local Governments2020/10/08
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  59. Vice Presidential Candidates Pence and Harris Square off in Debate 2020/10/08
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  60. Election 2020: Proposition 17 Seeks to Restore Right to Vote for Parolees2020/10/08
    If you're a prisoner or parolee in California, you are currently barred from voting. A 'yes' vote on state proposition 17 would mean amending the state's constitution to allow people on parole to vote. People serving time in state prison would still be prohibited from casting a ballot. We'll hear about the arguments for and against Prop 17 and learn about California's history on this issue.
  61. Latino Voters Poised to Play a Critical Role in the 2020 Election2020/10/07
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  62. Bay Area Re-Opens Further As California Flattens the Coronavirus Curve2020/10/07
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  63. Election 2020: Proposition 20 Would Roll Back Certain Criminal Justice Reforms2020/10/07
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  64. Roman Mars Explores Hidden Urban Designs in ‘The 99% Invisible City’2020/10/06
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  65. GOP Pushes for Rapid Barrett Confirmation Amid Widening White House COVID-19 Outbreak2020/10/06
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  66. Firefighters Make Good Progress On Glass Fire Containment But Say Coming Heat Wave is a Concern2020/10/06
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  67. Election 2020: Prop. 18 Would Allow Some 17-year-olds to Vote in Primaries2020/10/06
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  68. Election 2020: Prop. 16 Seeks to Overturn California’s Ban on Affirmative Action2020/10/05
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  69. Trump Under Fire for Risky Behavior After COVID-19 Diagnosis2020/10/05
    We'll discuss the medical and political implications of President Trump's coronavirus diagnosis, and the White House's controversial handling of the crisis.
  70. Election 2020: Proposition 14 Would Authorize $5.5 Billion for Stem Cell Research2020/10/05
    Back in 2004, California voters approved funds, and a new agency, to focus on stem cell research. Today, that pot of money is almost empty. Proposition 14 on the November ballot would authorize a $5.5 billion bond to continue to fund stem cell research in the state. We’ll get details on the proposition and hear from its proponents and detractors.
  71. Pulitzer Prize-winning Reporter Michael Schmidt on President Trump, COVID-19 and the Election2020/10/05
    We’ll get the latest on President Trump's health and the White House's handling of his coronavirus diagnosis with New York Times Washington correspondent Michael Schmidt, author of the new book “Donald Trump v. The United States."
  72. President Trump’s Coronavirus and the Election2020/10/02
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  73. President Trump Tests Positive for Coronavirus2020/10/02
    President Donald Trump is experiencing “mild symptoms” after he and first lady Melania Trump both tested positive for the coronavirus. The president's results came just a few hours after the news last night that top aide Hope Hicks tested positive for COVID-19. In this hour of Forum we’re going to talk about the medical, political and and other implications of this bombshell news.
  74. Election 2020: Proposition 25 Seeks to End Cash Bail System2020/10/02
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  75. Firefighters Brace for Heat, Wind in Battle Against Glass Fire2020/10/01
    We'll get the latest on the Glass Fire in Napa and Sonoma counties which burned more than 48,000 acres on Wednesday. Firefighters have slowed the growth rate of the wildfire but they are expecting to face higher temperatures and windy conditions in the coming days. More than 80 homes have been destroyed and over 20,000 structures are threatened by the fire which is just 2 percent contained.
  76. Election 2020: Your Voting Questions Answered2020/10/01
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  77. CSU’s New Chancellor is the First Californian, Person of Color to Lead the University System2020/10/01
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  78. What’s Going on With the 2020 Census? Good Question2020/10/01
    Countless hurdles throughout the pandemic. A legal fight. Now an uncertain end date. If you’re as confused as we are about the status of the 2020 Census, NPR’s census expert Hansi Lo Wang is here to help make sense of what is going on.
  79. Young Voters on Election 20202020/09/30
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  80. Biden and Trump Square Off in First Presidential Debate2020/09/30
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  81. Wildfires Sweep through Wine Country, Forcing Thousands to Evacuate2020/09/29
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  82. Al Sharpton’s New Book Calls On America to “Rise Up”2020/09/29
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  83. Fast-Growing North Bay Fires Force Evacuations2020/09/28
    We'll get an update on the wildfires in Napa and Sonoma County and check in on Bay Area air quality with KQED's Dan Brekke and Alice Woelfle.
  84. Election 2020: Barrett Nominated, New York Times Gets Trump Tax Returns2020/09/28
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  85. What’s In Your Wallet? Fiction, Says Author Jacob Goldstein2020/09/28
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  86. Time is Running Out for the Combustion Engine in California2020/09/25
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  87. Roe v. Wade Under Threat As Conservative Nominee All But Assured Seat on Supreme Court2020/09/25
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  88. Anger and Disbelief Follow Kentucky Grand Jury’s Decision in Breonna Taylor Killing2020/09/24
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  89. With 200,000 Coronavirus Deaths, Federal Response Under Intensified Criticism2020/09/24
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  90. Maria Hinojosa’s New Memoir, ‘Once I Was You’ Tackles Immigration, Identity and How to Thrive in Journalism2020/09/24
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  91. Women’s Leadership on Climate Gets Spotlight in Anthology ‘All We Can Save’2020/09/23
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  92. California Hits Pause on New Unemployment Applications as EDD Restructures2020/09/22
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  93. Artist George McCalman Lays Bare White Racial Apathy in ‘Return to Sender’2020/09/22
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  94. Prison Scholar and Activist Ruth Wilson Gilmore on the Case for Abolition2020/09/22
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  95. Political Battle Heats up Over Ginsburg’s Replacement2020/09/21
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  96. Remembering Trailblazing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg2020/09/21
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  97. Matthew Yglesias on the Case for “One Billion Americans”2020/09/23
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  98. California Discourages Trick-or-Treating this Halloween2020/09/18
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  99. What Trump’s Middle East Deal Means for the Region2020/09/18
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  100. Your Six-Word Pandemic Memoirs2020/09/18
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  101. A Quest to Understand Suffering in Yaa Gyasi’s Novel ‘Transcendent Kingdom’2020/09/18
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  102. Larry Diamond and Ned Foley Explain the ‘Terrifying Inadequacy’ of U.S. Election Law2020/09/17
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  103. Jay Rosen on How the Media Should Cover Trump and the 2020 Election2020/09/17
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  104. Families with Young Students Struggle with Distance Learning2020/09/16
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  105. No Mask? Pay $100. Berkeley Approves Fine for Not Complying With Mask Order2020/09/16
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  106. Bay Area Reports Decline In COVID-19 Cases and Hospitalizations2020/09/16
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  107. How To Keep California’s Forests Healthy and Reduce Fires2020/09/15
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  108. Writer Roxane Gay on the Significance of Audre Lorde2020/09/15
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  109. How Bad Is the Air, And When Might it Improve?2020/09/14
    The Bay Area has been suffering some of the worst air quality in the world in recent days. We'll get the latest on the air, how to protect yourself, and when the region might get some relief.
  110. Is it Finally OK to Fly? Travelers Assess Pandemic Risks2020/09/14
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  111. Roles Like ‘Chief of Diversity’ See Spike in Interest, Hires2020/09/14
  112. Historian and Journalist Jelani Cobb on New Frontline Documentary ‘Policing the Police 2020′2020/09/11
  113. Dozens of Bay Area Elementary Schools Approved for In-Person Instruction2020/09/11
  114. NIH Asssures Lawmakers Future COVID-19 Vaccine Will Be Safe2020/09/10
  115. Woodward: Trump Knew Virus Was Deadly But Wanted To ‘Play it Down’2020/09/10
  116. Bay Area Residents Alarmed as Wildfire Smoke Blocks Sun2020/09/10
  117. Poet Claudia Rankine’s Book ‘Just Us’ Seeks Out ‘True Conversation’ About Race2020/09/10
  118. Wildfires Continue Scorching Across California2020/09/10
  119. Even as Rents Fall, Some Bay Area Residents Consider Leaving2020/09/09
  120. How Latino Conservatives Could Influence the 2020 Election2020/09/09
  121. California Wildfire Update2020/09/08
  122. Brian Stelter Explores White House’s ‘Unprecedented Alliance’ With Fox News in ‘Hoax’2020/09/08
  123. How Breonna Taylor Landed in the Middle of a Deadly Drug Raid2020/09/08
  124. Rebroadcast: Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman on How to Sustain ‘Big Friendship’2020/09/07
  125. Rebroadcast: Learning to Deal with Uncertainty… Through Poker2020/09/07
  126. Oakland A’s President on the Team’s Role During These Unprecedented Times2020/09/04
  127. New York Times’ Farhad Manjoo on Election 2020 and Why He’s “Doomsday Prepping”2020/09/04
  128. Major Police Reform Bills Fail in California Legislature2020/09/04
  129. Roberto Lovato Reconstitutes His Family’s History in ‘Unforgetting’2020/09/04
  130. Trump Administration Weakens Coal Waste Rules in Latest Environmental Rollback2020/09/03
  131. Russia is Meddling in the US Election Again2020/09/03
  132. The Long History of White Supremacy in American Christianity2020/09/03
  133. California’s New Tiered Reopening System Underway with Mixed Reaction2020/09/02
  134. How to Fix Distance Learning with the Man Behind Khan Academy2020/09/02
  135. Lysley Tenorio’s Latest Book Tells of Coming of Age in Colma2020/09/01
  136. COVID-19 Survivors Share Their Stories2020/09/01
  137. Biden, Local Leaders Say President Trump is Inciting Violence in Cities2020/09/01
  138. Northern California Wildfires Update2020/08/31
  139. The Chicano Moratorium’s 50-Year Legacy2020/08/31
  140. Gov. Newsom Announces Eviction Moratorium, But Not Everyone is Happy2020/08/31
  141. CDC Flip-Flops on Coronavirus Testing Guidelines2020/08/28
  142. Republican National Convention Recap2020/08/28
  143. The Music Getting You Through 20202020/08/28
  144. NBA Players Strike in Response to Police Shooting of Jacob Blake2020/08/27
  145. Wildfires 1012020/08/27
  146. Protests Over Police Shooting of Jacob Blake Continue2020/08/27
  147. How To Vote This November2020/08/27
  148. Republican National Convention Update, Jean Guerrero on ‘Hatemonger’2020/08/26
  149. UC Berkeley Chancellor Faces Budget Shortfall As Academic Year Kicks Off2020/08/26
  150. How To Cope in a Time of Cumulative Stress and Anxiety2020/08/25
  151. How to Effectively Help Those Affected by Wildfires2020/08/25
  152. The Link Between Climate Change and Wildfires2020/08/25
  153. Northern California Wildfires Update2020/08/24
  154. Bay Area Wildfire Updates and Where to Find Information in an Emergency2020/08/21
  155. Coronavirus Compounded With Wildfires Raise Stress and Anxiety2020/08/21
  156. Democrats Nominate Biden and Harris for Democratic Ticket at ‘Unconventional Convention’2020/08/21
  157. Wildfires in Northern and Central California Vastly Expand Overnight2020/08/20
  158. Wildfires Force Thousands to Evacuate, Worsen Air Quality across Bay Area2020/08/20
  159. Uber and Lyft Threaten to Suspend Operations in California2020/08/20
  160. Congressman Adam Schiff on Senate Russia Report, Federal COVID-19 Response2020/08/19
  161. Investigation Uncovers How PG&E Fought Wildfire Safety Regulations for a Decade2020/08/19
  162. More Rotating Power Outages ‘Imminent’ as California’s Heat Wave Continues2020/08/19
  163. California Sues Trump Administration Over USPS Reductions, Election Threat2020/08/19
  164. California Approves Onsite Instruction for Children with Disabilities2020/08/18
  165. Historian Carol Anderson on Voting Rights and the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage2020/08/18
  166. ‘Separated’ Recounts Trump Administration’s ‘Deliberate and Systematic’ Family Separation Policy2020/08/17
  167. In a World Beset by Pandemic and Strife, Comedy Can Help2020/08/14
  168. Bay Area Sports Writer Joan Ryan on the ‘Intangibles’ of Team Performance2020/08/14
  169. Pandemic Forces Thousands of Bay Area Businesses to Close for Good2020/08/13
  170. Kamala Harris Chosen as Biden’s VP2020/08/12
  171. Covid-19 Cases On the Rise Among U.S. Children2020/08/12
  172. Thousands of Elder Care Homes at Heightened Risk of Wildfire, KQED Finds2020/08/17
  173. UCLA Study: Less Snow and More Rainfall Spell Trouble for California2020/08/11
  174. How Climate Change Could Cause Massive Global Migration2020/08/11
  175. Pulitzer Prize-winning Author Isabel Wilkerson Examines America’s Caste System2020/08/11
  176. Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman on How to Sustain ‘Big Friendship’2020/08/10
  177. CNN’s Jim Sciutto on Trump’s Erratic Foreign Policy Approach2020/08/10
  178. How to Chart a Path out of QAnon and Other Cult-like Communities2020/08/07
  179. Pandemic Brings a Rise in Hunger in the Bay Area2020/08/07
  180. Artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh on the Power of Street Art as Protest2020/08/07
  181. Benjamin Jealous, President of People For the American Way, on Saving the U.S. Postal Service2020/08/07
  182. Ahead of School Year Start, Teachers Raise Concerns About Remote and In-Person Instruction Alike2020/08/06
  183. Nurses Stage National Protests for More Protective Equipment and Safer Working Conditions2020/08/06
  184. Former Obama Campaign Manager David Plouffe on the Latest Political News2020/08/06
  185. Census Count to End a Month Early Stoking Fears of an Undercount2020/08/05
  186. Pandemic Takes Growing Toll on Mental Health2020/08/05
  187. California Faces a Looming Eviction Crisis as Coronavirus Pandemic Continues2020/08/04
  188. More California Counties on COVID Watch List as State Records Over 500,000 cases2020/08/04
  189. The Untold Story of How Congress Won the Civil War2020/08/04
  190. Inside the Infamous College Admissions Scandal2020/08/03
  191. Politics Monday: Rep. Anna Eshoo, COVID-19 Relief, Biden’s VP Pick2020/08/03
  192. How Much Should We Worry about COVID When Gathering Outside?2020/07/31
  193. After Strong Start in Battling Coronavirus, California Now Leads U.S. in Cases2020/07/31
  194. Unemployment and Recession Woes Intensify as Pandemic Wears On2020/07/31
  195. Open Vallejo’s Geoffrey King on Badge-Bending by Vallejo Police2020/07/31
  196. Poet Cathy Park Hong on ‘Minor Feelings’ and Anti-Asian Racism in the Age of COVID2020/07/29
  197. Employers and Workers Question What Is — And Isn’t Working — About Working From Home2020/07/29
  198. Nation’s Most Powerful Tech CEOs to Testify in Congressional Anti-Trust Hearing2020/07/28
  199. Trump Administration to Send More Federal Officers to Portland2020/07/28
  200. What Happens if Trump Resists Stepping Down?2020/07/28
  201. The Chronicle’s Ann Killion on Bay Area Sports in a Pandemic2020/07/27
  202. COVID-19 Prompts Child Care Crisis Across California2020/07/27
  203. Zach Norris On ‘Building Secure, Just, and Inclusive Communities’2020/08/13
  204. Twitter Bans Accounts Associated with Conspiracy Community QAnon2020/07/24
  205. Experiences of Translating for Family Members as a Kid2020/07/24
  206. How To Deal with Grief And Loss During the Coronavirus Pandemic2020/07/24
  207. Parents Turning to Tutors, “Pandemic Pods” to Help with Remote Learning2020/07/23
  208. Trump To Send ‘Surge’ of Federal Forces to Chicago and Albuquerque to Quell Violent Crime2020/07/23
  209. Marin County Supervisors Approve Fines for Non Compliance with COVID-19 Health Orders2020/07/23
  210. Developing and Distributing a Coronavirus Vaccine2020/07/22
  211. Learning to Deal with Uncertainty… Through Poker2020/07/22
  212. Destruction of Evidence in Vallejo Police Shooting Spurs Calls for Federal Investigation2020/07/21
  213. Political Fight Threatens to Derail Caltrain Funding Amid Coronavirus Pandemic2020/07/21
  214. Political Scientists Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson on ‘How the Right Rules’2020/07/21
  215. Gov. Newsom Orders Most California Schools Online For Fall2020/07/20
  216. Political Analyst Tiffany Cross on the Role of Black Voters in ‘Saving Our Democracy’2020/07/20
  217. As Coronavirus Cases Surge, California Tries to Get a Handle on Testing2020/07/17
  218. San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo Discusses His Police Reform Plan2020/07/17
  219. Mayor Jesse Arreguín on Berkeley’s Sweeping Police Reform2020/07/17
  220. Science Journalist Ed Yong on the Future of the Pandemic2020/07/16
  221. Open Phones: Life in Lockdown2020/07/16
  222. Rep. Ro Khanna on Supporting Remote K-12 Education2020/07/16
  223. ‘Demagogue’ Sheds Light on Senator Joseph McCarthy2020/07/15
  224. Soledad O’Brien on News Media’s Reckoning with Racism2020/07/15
  225. Eduardo Porter’s New Book Explains How Racism Poisons America’s Economy For Everyone2020/07/14
  226. Coronavirus Disproportionately Hits Latinos in California2020/07/14
  227. President Trump Commutes Roger Stone’s Sentence2020/07/13
  228. California Sues Trump Administration Over New Policy Restricting International Student Visas2020/07/13
  229. Newsom Orders Release of 8,000 Inmates from State Prisons2020/07/13
  230. School Districts Across the Bay Area and State Grapple with Reopening Plans2020/07/10
  231. EDD’s Loree Levy Takes Your Unemployment Benefit Questions2020/07/10
  232. Author Aims for Punk Rock Memoir With “The Undocumented Americans”2020/07/10
  233. Activists Call For Better Understanding of History as Statues and Monuments Come Down2020/07/09
  234. Supreme Court Rules Prosecutor May See Trump’s Financial Records2020/07/09
  235. Stanford Social Psychologist on How White Allies Should Respond To Racism2020/07/09
  236. Supreme Court Rules on Religious Freedom, Contraceptive Mandate Cases2020/07/08
  237. Trump Administration Withdraws from the World Health Organization2020/07/08
  238. Dr. Erica Pan Appointed California State Epidemiologist2020/07/08
  239. Fox Anchor Chris Wallace on Coronavirus, Protests and ‘Countdown 1945’2020/07/07
  240. Oakland Zoo at Risk of Permanent Closure Unless Allowed to Re-Open Soon2020/07/07
  241. Drug Overdose Deaths Spike During the Pandemic2020/07/07
  242. Illegal July 4 Fireworks Spark Numerous Fires in Bay Area2020/07/06
  243. Low-income and Undocumented Immigrants Struggle Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic2020/07/06
  244. Jessica Levinson on the Latest Supreme Court Rulings2020/07/06
  245. Author Casey Gerald on Frederick Douglass and the Meaning of July 42020/07/03
  246. Rebroadcast: The Role of Cross-Racial Solidarity in a Time of Protest2020/07/03
  247. Calls for Action Grow Amid San Jose Police Racism Scandal2020/07/02
  248. Students Question Whether College During Pandemic Is Worth The Cost2020/07/02
  249. New National Security Law Sparks Unrest, Confusion in Hong Kong2020/07/02
  250. Schools Grapple With When, How to Reopen to Students2020/07/01
  251. Coronavirus Cases Surge in California — Now What?2020/07/01
  252. Reddit and Other Social Media Platforms Remove Hate Speech As Advertisers Pull Ads2020/06/30
  253. Eddie Glaude Jr. on James Baldwin and America’s Opportunity to ‘Begin Again’2020/06/30
  254. President Trump Retweets Racist Video, Deletes After Outcry2020/06/29
  255. Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Law2020/06/29
  256. As Job Losses Continue, Lawmakers Criticize California’s Unemployment Agency2020/06/30
  257. How the Psychology of Pandemic Behavior Can Help Guide Containment Strategies2020/06/29
  258. Coronavirus Outbreaks Hit More California Nursing Homes2020/06/26
  259. Statewide Effort to House Homeless in Hotel Rooms Meets Successes and Challenges2020/06/26
  260. The Atlantic’s Alexis Madrigal on U.S. COVID-19 Case Surge2020/06/26
  261. Pride Readies for 50th Anniversary Celebrations, Amid Protests and Pandemic2020/06/25
  262. Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in California Rise 69%2020/06/25
  263. Robert Costa on the Latest National Political News2020/06/25
  264. Black Medical Workers Reflect on the Front Lines of Covid and Racism2020/06/24
  265. Coronavirus Cases Surge at San Quentin Prison2020/06/24
  266. Visa Programs Suspended by Trump Administration2020/06/24
  267. Communities Push to Remove Police From Schools2020/06/23
  268. Janet Napolitano Steps Down After Seven Years as UC President2020/06/23
  269. Historian Khalil Gibran Muhammad on Reimagining the Police, in the Past and Future2020/06/22
  270. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel on Coronavirus and ‘Which Country Has the World’s Best Health Care’2020/06/22
  271. Theater Collaboration Celebrates Juneteenth with Play that Explores Difficult Conversations About Race2020/06/19
  272. Balancing Health and the Economy During COVID-192020/06/19
  273. PG&E Pleads Guilty to 84 Counts of Manslaughter in Camp Fire2020/06/19
  274. Supreme Court Rules to Keep DACA in Place2020/06/18
  275. ‘White Fragility’ Author Robin DiAngelo on What White People Can Do to Address Racism2020/06/18
  276. Right Wing Extremist Charged with Murder of Federal Officer at Oakland Protest2020/06/17
  277. Fort Bragg, Named After a Confederate General, Debates Name Change2020/06/17
  278. Rep. Jackie Speier on Black Lives Matter Protests, Federal Coronavirus Response2020/06/17
  279. California Lawmakers Push to Repeal Ban On Affirmative Action2020/06/16
  280. US Supreme Court Rules Gay and Transgender Workers Are Protected Under the Civil Rights Act2020/06/15
  281. Coronavirus: A Tale Of Two States2020/06/17
  282. Coronavirus Continues Spreading in California Prisons2020/06/15
  283. Stockton Mayor Tubbs on Police Accountability and Guaranteed Income During a Pandemic2020/06/15
  284. Joining a “Social Bubble” to Help Ride Out Quarantine With Friends2020/06/12
  285. Breonna Taylor and the Visibility of Black Women Victims of Police Violence2020/06/12
  286. How to Thrive When Your Brain is Different2020/06/12
  287. Federal Reserve Projects Longterm Unemployment From Coronavirus Crisis2020/06/11
  288. Raising Black Children in America2020/06/11
  289. What Would It Mean to Defund the Police?2020/06/10
  290. Your Questions on Reopening and the Latest COVID-19 Science2020/06/10
  291. California Schools Brace for Big Changes to Reopen This Fall2020/06/09
  292. Rev. William J. Barber Says ‘We Are Called to Be a Movement’2020/06/09
  293. Protests Continue Across Bay Area, Shut Down Golden Gate Bridge2020/06/08
  294. Columnist George Will Hopes Election Will Remove Trump and his ‘Congressional Enablers’2020/06/08
  295. Journalist Masha Gessen on the Trump Presidency and ‘Surviving Autocracy’2020/06/08
  296. The Role of Cross-Racial Solidarity in a Time of Protest2020/06/05
  297. When Social Movements Meet Consumer Culture2020/06/05
  298. Bakari Sellers Reflects on ‘My Vanishing Country’ and Systemic Racism2020/06/05
  299. Journalists Assaulted, Arrested and Jailed Covering Protests2020/06/04
  300. Questions Arise Over Expanding Bay Area Curfews2020/06/04
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