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  1. Faith and Spirituality During the Coronavirus Pandemic2020/04/08
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  2. Linda Darling Hammond on Distance Learning During a Pandemic2020/04/08
    California’s public K-12 schools are likely to stay closed for the remainder of the academic year due to the shelter in place order. California State Board of Education President Linda Darling-Hammond joins us to share how kids --and teachers--are coping with distance learning, and how the largest k-12 school system in the nation can do better.
  3. California Surgeon General Nadine Burke Harris Urges Mental Health Care Amid the Pandemic2020/04/08
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  4. Arts Community Reels from Coronavirus Shutdowns2020/04/07
    Social distancing is taking a devastating toll on the arts in California. With venues closed and events canceled, artists are left with scant ways to make money while non-profits that support the arts are pummeled by the changing economy. We check in with artists and art institutions about are doing to survive and adapt to these tough times, and what can be done to help.
  5. UCSF’s Bob Wachter on Newest Covid-19 Science, Bay Area Numbers2020/04/07
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  6. More Coronavirus Tests on Horizon for California, Newsom Says2020/04/06
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  7. This Epidemiologist Who Warned of a Global Pandemic Says the Fight Against Coronavirus is Far From Over2020/04/06
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  8. Zoom Nation: Video Conferencing Apps Raise Privacy Concerns During Pandemic2020/04/06
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  9. Growing Concern over Domestic Violence During Shelter in Place2020/04/03
    Advocates for domestic abuse survivors worry that school closures, job losses, and the shelter in place order because of the COVID-19 pandemic may lead to higher rates of abuse. We'll hear why the risk of domestic violence is elevated, and what tools organizations are using to help survivors who may be trapped in a threatening situation.
  10. Coronavirus Hits Homeless Population With First Confirmed Case in San Francisco2020/04/03
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  11. Former Obama Health Advisor Andy Slavitt on What Trump Could Do to Contain the Pandemic2020/04/03
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  12. Interstate Travel Restrictions During Pandemic Raise Constitutional Issues2020/04/03
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  13. Sharing Stories of Life with COVID-192020/04/02
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  14. Bay Area Imposes Further Restrictions on Shelter in Place2020/04/02
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  15. California Teachers, Students Struggle with Distance Learning2020/04/01
    California's public schools were already facing daunting challenges. And now, an unprecedented closure has been added to the mix. We'll talk with educators and parents about how the impromptu experiment in distance learning is going, and what it all means for the state's six million K-12 public school students.
  16. California Calls On Medical Students and Retirees to Fight Coronavirus Pandemic2020/04/01
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  17. Rep. Adam Schiff on the Federal Coronavirus Response2020/04/01
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  18. With Shelter in Place Extended to May 1, How are Californians Coping?2020/03/31
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  19. As Pandemic Intensifies, Your Coronavirus Questions Answered2020/03/31
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  20. Bay Area Transit Systems Slash Service as Revenue Plummets2020/03/31
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  21. Some Public Health Experts Call for More Transparency for Coronavirus Data2020/03/30
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  22. How Businesses Are Responding to Shelter in Place2020/03/30
    The economy is taking a massive hit from people staying home to avoid the spread of coronavirus. Many businesses have essentially hit the pause button on their normal operations. Some companies are finding creative ways to bring in revenue and help the community. Others are worried they may not survive shelter in place. We discuss how businesses are coping and adapting.
  23. The Medical Ethics of the Coronavirus Pandemic2020/03/30
    As the coronavirus crisis continues to strain medical systems, hospital ethics committees face difficult choices of how to allocate limited medical resources like testing kits, ventilators and staff. We'll hear from experts on the medical ethics questions being considered during this pandemic.
  24. Spread of Coronavirus Puts Renters and Landlords in a Bind2020/03/27
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  25. Millions File for Unemployment as the Coronavirus Tanks the Economy2020/03/27
    More than 3 million people across the country filed for unemployment benefits in the past week, the most in US history. In California, more than one million claims were filed in less than two weeks. We'll talk about what benefits are available to Californians who are out of work and what the massive drop in employment means for the state and national economies.
  26. As WHO Launches Major Coronavirus Trial, the Race for a Therapy Accelerates2020/03/27
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  27. As Californians Shelter in Place, State Retools Census 2020 Efforts2020/03/27
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  28. Can California Prevent a Coronavirus Outbreak in Prisons?2020/03/26
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  29. California Lags Behind States Like New York on Testing2020/03/26
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  30. Please Don’t Stand So Close to Me: The Etiquette and Efficacy of Social Distancing2020/03/26
    If you see someone walking toward you on a sidewalk do you cross the street? Do you correct a stranger for coughing into their hand instead of a tissue? What seemed rude a month ago may now be prudent in the new, odd age of social distancing. We want to hear your experiences navigating this awkward time and we'll take your questions about how to practice social distancing safely and effectively.
  31. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel on What It Will Take to Conquer Coronavirus2020/03/26
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  32. Senate Nears Deal on $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Package2020/03/25
    Senate lawmakers on Tuesday edged closer to a vote on a $2 trillion rescue package to address the economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus pandemic. The bill would provide direct payments to individuals and families, massive loans to both small and large businesses and expanded benefits for laid off workers. We'll talk about what's in the bill, and how it might affect Californians.
  33. As Trump Hints at End of Quarantines ‘by Easter,’ Health Experts Sound Alarms2020/03/25
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  34. High School Students on Life and School While Sheltering in Place2020/03/25
    Boredom, anxiety, disappointment in missing milestones like prom and graduation -- these are some of the feelings California's high school students say they're experiencing while schools remain closed as part of the state's shelter in place order. We'll check in with students to find out how they're coping with home school, social distancing and the uncertainty of the near future.
  35. How Growers and Grocers Are Keeping People Fed During a Pandemic2020/03/24
    Empty shelves at grocery stores are fueling anxiety about food scarcity as people shelter in place to avoid spreading or contracting coronavirus. Despite this rising concern, growers and grocers are assuring citizens not to panic -- America won't run out of food. We look at how the food supply chain is holding up and what others are doing to provide more food for the people who need it.
  36. State Schools Deputy Chief Stephanie Gregson on Coronavirus Closures2020/03/23
    Empty shelves at grocery stores are fueling anxiety about food scarcity as people shelter in place to avoid spreading or contracting coronavirus. Despite this rising concern, growers and grocers are assuring citizens not to panic -- America won't run out of food. We look at how the food supply chain is holding up and what others are doing to provide more food for the people who need it.
  37. San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo Talks Shelter in Place2020/03/23
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  38. Congresswoman Barbara Lee on the Federal Response to COVID-192020/03/23
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  39. Governor Newsom Announces Shelter in Place for State Residents2020/03/20
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  40. How to Help During the Coronavirus Pandemic2020/03/24
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  41. Asian Americans Report Increased Xenophobia During Coronavirus Outbreak2020/03/20
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  42. How the Elderly Are Handling the Coronavirus Outbreak2020/03/19
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  43. How Local Health Care Systems Are Responding to COVID-192020/03/19
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  44. Economy, Shutdowns Take Hard Toll on Low-Income Workers2020/03/18
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  45. Bay Area Counties Kick Off ‘Shelter in Place’ Guidelines2020/03/17
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  46. Bay Area School Closures Raise Questions of Home-Schooling, Childcare2020/03/16
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  47. U.S. Government Scrambles to Respond to Coronavirus Crisis2020/03/16
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  48. Governor Newsom Calls for Bar Closures, Home Isolation for Elderly2020/03/16
    Bay Area nightspots were crowded over the weekend despite calls by health officials for social distancing. Governor Gavin Newsom stepped in on Sunday, calling for closure of the state's bars and pubs and reduced capacity for restaurants. He also called for California's seniors to self-isolate. In this hour, we'll talk about social responsibility at a time of social distancing.
  49. Trump Administration Struggles to Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic2020/03/13
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  50. Navigating Anxiety and Isolation During the Coronavirus Pandemic2020/03/13
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  51. Bay Area Steps up Efforts to Prevent the Coronavirus from Spreading to Vulnerable Homeless2020/03/12
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  52. Air Travel Down Amid Covid-19 Concerns2020/03/12
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  53. Novel Coronavirus Reaches Pandemic Level2020/03/12
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  54. Working From Home in the Coronavirus Era2020/03/23
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  55. Bay Area Schools Consider Whether to Close for Coronavirus2020/03/11
    All 90 Catholic schools in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties are closing after a student tested positive for the new coronavirus. Several Bay Area public schools have also closed, but most K-12 schools remain open. Forum discusses how schools are coping with the spread of COVID-19, how they make the decision to shut down and what closures may mean for students and their families.
  56. How Prepared is the Bay Area’s Healthcare System to Deal With Coronavirus Spread?2020/03/11
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  57. Election 2020: March 10 Democratic Primary Results2020/03/11
    Voters in Michigan and five other states head to the polls Tuesday in the next big set of presidential primaries. The two frontrunners, former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, both called off rallies Tuesday due to coronavirus concerns. We'll review the results of the contests, which will award 365 delegates.
  58. Low Income People Expected to Be Hardest Hit by Effects of Coronavirus Crisis2020/03/10
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  59. Spread of Novel Coronavirus Sparks Recession Fears2020/03/10
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  60. Grand Princess Docks in Oakland, Crew and Passengers to be Quarantined for Coronavirus2020/03/10
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  61. Cruise Ship with Coronavirus Passengers Expected to Dock in Oakland Monday2020/03/09
    The worldwide count of confirmed coronavirus cases keeps climbing. How are Bay Area residents responding? Are efforts to disinfect, wash hands and stay home having an impact?
  62. Law Professor Richard Hasen on the Threats That Cause an ‘Election Meltdown’2020/03/09
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  63. First Person: Taun Hall on Seeking Justice for the Mentally Ill2020/03/06
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  64. Examining the Fall of Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign2020/03/06
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  65. Coronavirus Update: Coronavirus Arrives in San Francisco as Cruise Ship Passengers Quarantined2020/03/06
    Two San Francisco residents have tested positive for coronavirus, health officials said on Thursday. Meanwhile, state and federal officials are monitoring the condition of travelers on the Grand Princess cruise ship, currently quarantined at sea off the Northern California coast. We bring you the latest news on the virus and what it means for the Bay Area.
  66. California Governor Newsom Declares State of Emergency for Coronavirus2020/03/05
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  67. Graduate Student Workers Strike for Higher Pay Across UC System2020/03/05
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  68. Ian Bremmer on the Geopolitical and Economic Repercussions of Coronavirus2020/03/04
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  69. Election 2020: California Primary Results2020/03/04
    California's 415 pledged delegates are up for grabs as voters head to the polls on Super Tuesday. We'll analyze the results of the democratic primary as well as key state races and ballot measures.
  70. Coronavirus Deaths Rise, As Federal Officials Say Risk to Public is Low2020/03/03
    On Monday, the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 reached six, as global deaths surpassed 3000. Meanwhile, in a White House briefing Monday, Vice President Pence said that the risk to Americans remains low and that a vaccine could be going to clinical trials within six weeks. We'll talk about the latest coronavirus developments and what lessons we can learn from previous epidemics.
  71. Activating Democracy: Are Public Meetings Broken?2020/03/03
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  72. Californians Take to the Polls on Super Tuesday2020/03/03
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  73. Coronavirus Rattles Economy as CDC Upgrades Risk to Highest Level2020/03/02
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  74. California Casts Votes in Contentious Democratic Primary2020/03/02
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  75. How to Prepare for the Possible Spread of Coronavirus2020/02/28
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  76. Santa Clara County Dam at Risk of Earthquake Collapse2020/02/28
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  77. Susan Fowler Shares Her Story of Standing Up to Uber in ‘Whistleblower’2020/02/28
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  78. New California Coronavirus Case Likely First Spread in U.S.2020/02/27
    A new Covid-19 case in Solano County could be the first spread of the virus in the U.S. Meanwhile, President Trump has named Vice President Pence to head up the response to the outbreak and is clashing with Congress and public health officials over the gravity of the threat posed by the coronavirus. We’ll get the latest on the California case and the federal response to coronavirus.
  79. Lonnie Bunch Reflects on the Founding of the National Museum of African American History and Culture2020/02/27
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  80. Environmental Concerns Heightened in West Oakland Following McClymonds High School Closure2020/02/27
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  81. San Francisco Declares Coronavirus State of Emergency2020/02/26
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  82. The Surprising History of Fast Food’s Rise in Black America2020/02/26
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  83. Democratic Candidates to Face Off in South Carolina2020/02/26
    Seven democratic candidates are poised to take the stage in South Carolina Tuesday evening for the tenth presidential debate. We'll review the key moments and take your questions.
  84. As Trump Loyalist Takes Reins as National Intelligence Chief, What’s Next for US Spy Agencies?2020/02/25
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  85. How Kids Can Stop Fearing the Future and Tackle Climate Change2020/02/25
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  86. The George Washington You Don’t Know Emerges in Alexis Coe’s ‘You Never Forget Your First’2020/02/24
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  87. Election 2020: Immigration Policy2020/02/24
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  88. Oakland Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick Ousted2020/02/21
    The Oakland Police Commission voted unanimously Thursday to fire Chief Anne Kirkpatrick without cause. The vote followed months of strained relations between the citizen-led Commission and the police department. We'll discuss what led to the firing and what's next for the department.
  89. Popular Video Doorbell Prompts Security Concerns2020/02/21
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  90. Motherhood and Mental Illness2020/02/21
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  91. Six Candidates Face Off In The Nevada Democratic Debate2020/02/20
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  92. Sting’s Musical ‘The Last Ship’ Sails into San Francisco2020/02/20
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  93. Former 49’ers Owner DeBartolo Pardoned, Questions Arise Over Exploitation of Pardon Power2020/02/19
    On Tuesday President Trump pardoned Edward DeBartolo Jr., a former owner of the San Francisco 49ers. In a major sports history scandal of the time, DeBartolo was convicted in 1998 of gambling fraud. We discuss the DeBartolo pardon, how the recent spate of presidential pardons fits into the history of pardons, and why the pardon exists.
  94. Report: Academy of Art Leaves Students with Crushing Debt2020/02/19
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  95. Linguistics Scholar Dennis Baron Looks at History of Pronoun Use ‘Beyond He and She’2020/02/18
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  96. Journalist Conor Dougherty on ‘Fighting for Housing’ in the Bay Area and Beyond2020/02/18
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  97. Bloomberg Rises in Polls Amid Controversy Over Past Policies, Remarks2020/02/17
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  98. Artificial Intelligence Rules the World in Gish Jen’s ‘The Resisters’2020/02/17
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  99. First Person: Virgie Tovar’s Fight for Fat Positivity2020/02/14
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  100. Joe Eskenazi on San Francisco’s Culture of ‘Trickle-Down Corruption’2020/02/14
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  101. Washington Post Report Links Trump’s Rhetoric to Racist and Xenophobic Bullying of Kids2020/02/14
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  102. Your Transit Love Stories2020/02/14
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  103. Election 2020: Prop 13 Would Provide $15 Billion to Fix Schools2020/02/13
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  104. Roger Stone Sentencing Raises New Questions about DOJ Independence Under Trump2020/02/13
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  105. Unsung Filipino-American Labor Leader Celebrated in Children’s Book2020/02/13
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  106. Poet Danez Smith is Unapologetically Queer and Black in New Book ‘Homie’2020/02/13
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  107. Berkeley High School Students Walk Out in Protest Over ‘Rape Culture’2020/02/12
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  108. Diving into the New Hampshire Primary Results2020/02/12
    After last week's caucus blunder in Iowa, all eyes were on Tuesday's New Hampshire primary to gauge the pulse of the Democratic presidential race. Meanwhile, late entry Michael Bloomberg skipped New Hampshire, but drew ire after a racism-tinged speech surfaced this week. We discuss which candidates seem the most viable and what experts are watching for next.
  109. Activating Democracy: How to Be a More Engaged Citizen, Locally2020/02/11
    Beyond voting, what does it mean to participate in a democracy? For some, it means volunteering with the PTA, going to city council meetings or attending demonstrations. As part of Forum's Activating Democracy series we open the phone lines to ask our listeners: what steps have you taken to become a more engaged citizen?
  110. Newsom Proposal Could End School Fitness Exams2020/02/11
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  111. Election 2020: How do the Democratic Presidential Candidates Compare on Climate Change?2020/02/10
  112. Oscars 2020: A Look at the Wins, Losses and Challenges With Diversity2020/02/10
  113. Fear and Rage Against Government Grows as China Deals with Coronavirus2020/02/07
  114. Nick Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn on America’s Working Poor2020/02/07
  115. First Person: Poet Nellie Wong on Writing and Fighting for Radical Social Change2020/02/07
  116. Can the Bay Area Solve Its Affordable Housing Crisis?2020/02/06
  117. President Trump Delivers Third State of the Union Speech2020/02/05
  118. Anna Wiener Reflects on Silicon Valley’s Dark Side in ‘Uncanny Valley’2020/02/05
  119. Journalist David Talbot on Life After a Stroke and What Really Matters2020/02/05
  120. San Francisco’s Market Street is Now Car-Free2020/02/04
  121. Iowans to Pick Presidential Nominees as Senate Impeachment Trial Comes to a Close2020/02/04
  122. State Senator Scott Wiener Introduces Bill for State Takeover of PG&E2020/02/04
  123. Carmen Maria Machado’s ‘Dream House’ Becomes Nightmare in New Memoir2020/01/31
  124. Lawfare’s Benjamin Wittes On President Trump’s Radical Vision of the Presidency2020/01/31
  125. California Senate Votes on Housing-Transit Measure SB 502020/01/30
  126. Super Bowl Puts Spotlight on Kansas City2020/01/30
  127. A Look at Three Years of Trump Immigration Policies as Supreme Court Allows Newest “Public Charge” Rule2020/01/29
  128. San Francisco Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru Charged with Fraud2020/01/29
  129. How the Trump and Kushner Families Became ‘American Oligarchs’2020/01/28
  130. Former Top Aide John Bolton Says Trump Conditioned Ukraine Aid on Biden Investigation2020/01/27
  131. Remembering NBA Legend Kobe Bryant2020/01/27
  132. Your Questions Answered About the Coronavirus2020/01/24
  133. Remembering PBS NewsHour’s Jim Lehrer2020/01/24
  134. House Leaders Deliver Opening Arguments in Support of Impeachment2020/01/23
  135. Understanding Community Land Trusts2020/01/23
  136. ‘Moms 4 Housing’ Activists to Purchase West Oakland Home They Occupied2020/01/22
  137. Rep. Anna Eshoo on Impeachment, Cannabis and Robocalls2020/01/22
  138. Civil Rights Leader Eva Paterson on Fighting for Equality in 20202020/01/20
  139. Republican Strategist Rick Wilson’s ‘Plot to Save America from Trump’2020/01/20
  140. “The Bechdel Cast” Podcast Explores Women’s Representation in Film2020/01/17
  141. First Person: San Francisco-based Riya Collective Co-Founders Bring Indian Wedding Clothing Online2020/01/17
  142. Former Russia Ambassador Warns of Kremlin Misinformation Tactics As Senate Trial Begins2020/01/17
  143. 49ers Head to the NFC Championship2020/01/16
  144. New Data Reveals 2010s Were the Hottest Decade Ever2020/01/16
  145. Federal Judge Douglas Ginsburg Explores US History Through Constitutional Debates2020/01/16
  146. NPR’s Steve Inskeep on a 19th Century Power Couple2020/01/16
  147. Gov. Newsom Calls for California to Eliminate Animal Euthanasia2020/01/14
  148. Former EPA Chief Gina McCarthy on Environmental Policy’s Future2020/01/14
  149. After 50 Years, Local TV Journalist Vic Lee Retires2020/01/13
  150. Governor Newsom Proposes Record-Breaking $220 Billion Budget2020/01/13
  151. As Fires Continue to Burn in Australia, Californians Reflect2020/01/13
  152. Uncertainties Remain as California’s Contract Worker Law Rolls Out2020/01/10
  153. Kate Pickert Reports ‘Radical’ Truths of Breast Cancer2020/01/09
  154. Iran Attacks Air Bases in Iraq2020/01/08
  155. Tensions Mount as Sonoma County Begins Addressing Homeless Encampment2020/01/10
  156. UCSF Study Examines E-Scooter Injuries2020/01/09
  157. New Chief Robert Powers on the Future of BART2020/01/08
  158. Sen. Wiener Revives Controversial California Housing Bill2020/01/07
  159. First Person: San Francisco Attorney John Keker on Criminal Defense and Veteran Advocacy2020/01/07
  160. San Jose-Founded Lowrider Magazine, Icon of Chicano Car Culture, Goes out of Print2020/01/07
  161. Silicon Valley Rep. Ro Khanna on Iran and Impeachment2020/01/07
  162. New KQED Series Goes Inside “The Political Mind of Jerry Brown”2020/01/06
  163. Latest on the U.S. Killing Top Iranian Military Commander2020/01/06
  164. Top Iran General Killed by US2020/01/03
  165. How California’s New Data Privacy Law Will Affect Consumers2020/01/03
  166. Tips for a Dry January2020/01/03
  167. Richard Haass Discusses a ‘Post-American’ Middle East2020/01/02
  168. Christine Pelosi on Doing Things “The Nancy Pelosi Way”2020/01/02
  169. Rebroadcast: San Francisco Geriatrician Louise Aronson on a New Vision for Aging2020/01/01
  170. Rebroadcast: Journalist Adam Minter Tracks the Afterlife of Our Unwanted Stuff in ‘Secondhand’2020/01/01
  171. Rebroadcast: Bills Attempt to Reach California Housing Goals Through Accessory Dwelling Units2019/12/31
  172. Rebroadcast: Ibram X. Kendi Explains ‘How to Be an Antiracist’2019/12/31
  173. Forum Presents: The Bay’s Audio Journey Through Our Turbulent Decade2019/12/28
  174. “Black Software” Explores Racial Justice’s Online History2019/12/30
  175. Dave Eggers’ “The Captain and the Glory” Satirizes the Trump Era2019/12/30
  176. ‘Moms 4 Housing’ Activists Seek Right of Possession in Housing Case2019/12/30
  177. New Year, New California Laws2019/12/30
  178. For Chronic Medical Conditions, Sometimes It’s Best to ‘Deprescribe’2019/12/27
  179. The Decade in Dating2019/12/27
  180. Cirque du Soleil’s “Amaluna” Swings Through Northern California2019/12/27
  181. Holly George-Warren Explores Janis Joplin’s Blues2019/12/26
  182. What’s the Future of the Internet?2019/12/26
  183. Rebroadcast: Ronan Farrow on the ‘Lies, Spies and Conspiracy’ That Blocked Reporting on Weinstein Scandal2019/12/25
  184. Rebroadcast: Listeners Share Their Favorite Books of the Decade2019/12/25
  185. When a Visit Home Triggers ‘Holiday Regression’2019/12/23
  186. Change on the Horizon for Airline Industry Rewards Programs2019/12/23
  187. Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren on Her Vote to Impeach President Trump2019/12/23
  188. California Hosts Final Presidential Debate of 20192019/12/20
  189. The Decade in Music2019/12/20
  190. Congress Votes to Impeach President Trump2019/12/19
  191. Behind the Magic of “Harry Potter” Onstage2019/12/19
  192. Father Learns to Celebrate Son’s Difference in Pixar Short “Float”2019/12/19
  193. Considering Marc Benioff and the Complexities of Billionaire Philanthropy2019/12/17
  194. Ratepayers to Shoulder PG&E’s Bankruptcy Burden While Lawyers, Wall Street Benefit2019/12/17
  195. The Decade’s Best (and Worst) in Consumer Tech2019/12/17
  196. Election 2020: Democratic Presidential Candidate Michael Bennet2019/12/16
  197. Former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal Argues the Case for Impeachment2019/12/16
  198. How to Be a Good Giver and Receiver of Gifts2019/12/16
  199. Conservatives Set to Gain Majority in UK Election, Paving Way for Brexit2019/12/13
  200. House Judiciary Committee Approves Articles of Impeachment2019/12/13
  201. Strengthening Marriage Through ‘Sleep Divorce’2019/12/13
  202. California Congressman Tom McClintock on the “Flimsy” Case for Impeachment2019/12/11
  203. First Person: Twin Sisters Melorra and Melonie Green on Their Vision for a ‘Center of Black Joy’ in San Francisco2019/12/11
  204. Lawsuit Alleges SAT and ACT Violate Civil Rights of California Students2019/12/11
  205. How to Be an ‘Astrotourist’2019/12/11
  206. Study Highlights ‘The Costs of Code-Switching’ in the Workplace2019/12/10
  207. House Democrats Announce Articles of Impeachment Against President Trump2019/12/10
  208. Reflecting on the Bay Area’s “Turbulent Decade”2019/12/06
  209. Investigation Shows Trump Organization Employed Scores of Undocumented Workers2019/12/06
  210. A New Generation Learns the ‘Joy of Cooking’2019/12/06
  211. Nancy Pelosi Instructs House Committee Chairs to Move Forward with Impeachment2019/12/05
  212. Journalist Adam Minter Tracks the Afterlife of Our Unwanted Stuff in ‘Secondhand’2019/12/05
  213. Tell Us Your Favorite Books of the Decade2019/12/03
  214. Iranian Government Crackdown Leaves at Least 200 Dead Amid Unrest2019/12/03
  215. The Religious Right’s Steadfast Support of President Trump2019/12/03
  216. Cannabis Tax Increase to Take Effect in January 20202019/12/02
  217. The Fight Against Gentrification in San Francisco — and the Nation — Stretches Back to the 1950s2019/12/02
  218. Rebroadcast: Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey on Breaking the Harvey Weinstein Story and #MeToo2019/11/29
  219. Rebroadcast: How to Make Friends as an Adult2019/11/29
  220. Jeffrey Tumlin Named SFMTA’s New Director of Transportation2019/11/27
  221. Understanding Dyslexia2019/11/27
  222. Rain to Arrive in the Bay Area, At Last2019/11/26
  223. Your Best Holiday Dinner Fails2019/11/26
  224. The Fragile Future of Strawberries2019/11/26
  225. ‘Tis the Season: Tell Us Where to Shop Locally for the Holidays2019/11/26
  226. National Political News in Review2019/11/25
  227. Singers Bridge Political Divides Through Music in ‘Gay Chorus Deep South’2019/11/25
  228. House Concludes Second Week of Public Impeachment Hearings2019/11/22
  229. Berkeley Economist Gabriel Zucman Says America’s Tax System Is a ‘Triumph of Injustice’2019/11/22
  230. National Political News in Review2019/11/18
  231. Native Activists Mark the Occupation of Alcatraz 50 Years Later2019/11/18
  232. Santa Clarita School Shooter Fits Profile of Other K-12 Shooters, According to New Database2019/11/18
  233. Public Impeachment Hearings Bring New Revelation2019/11/14
  234. From San Diego to San Francisco, on Foot: Retracing an 18th Century Expedition in ‘Alta California’2019/11/14
  235. Rich Lowry Makes ‘The Case for Nationalism’2019/11/12
  236. Writer Tamim Ansary Takes on 50,000 Years of History2019/11/12
  237. Bernard Tyson, CEO of Kaiser Permanente, Dies at 602019/11/11
  238. New San Francisco District Attorney-Elect Chesa Boudin2019/11/11
  239. Forum Presents: Rightnowish2019/11/09
  240. US Army Veteran Eileen Rivers Talks Women in Combat in ‘Beyond the Call’2019/11/11
  241. New Study Explores How Veterans Experience Grief2019/11/11
  242. National Political News in Review2019/11/11
  243. KQED Podcast ‘Rightnowish’ Shows Bay Area Through Artists’ Eyes2019/11/08
  244. Congresswoman Jackie Speier on Impeachment Inquiry Latest2019/11/08
  245. Many CA Classrooms Have Insufficient Ventilation According to New UC Davis Study2019/11/08
  246. Harriet Tubman Biography ‘She Came to Slay’ Goes Beyond the Underground Railroad2019/11/08
  247. Butte County Residents Share Experiences a Year After Camp Fire2019/11/07
  248. Jerry Rice Celebrates 100 Years of ‘America’s Game’2019/11/07
  249. San Jose Calls for Consumer Takeover of PG&E2019/11/07
  250. How California Has Changed 25 Years After Proposition 1872019/11/06
  251. Election 2019: San Franciscans Cast Votes for DA, Affordable Housing Measures2019/11/06
  252. Hunger, Food Insecurity on the Rise in East Bay Suburbs2019/11/05
  253. ‘Border Wars’ Examines Method and Madness of Trump’s Immigration Policies2019/11/05
  254. New Study Finds Health Care Algorithm is Biased Against Black Patients2019/11/05
  255. News Organizations Team Up to Uncover ‘Who Owns Silicon Valley’2019/11/04
  256. House Vote Sets Up Public Phase of Impeachment Inquiry2019/11/04
  257. Is the California Dream Becoming a California Nightmare?2019/11/01
  258. Warriors Prospects Go From Bad to Worse After Steph Curry Injury2019/11/01
  259. October’s Power Shutoffs Prompt Interest in Getting off the Grid2019/11/01
  260. Fires Take Disproportionate Toll on Low-Income and Immigrant Communities2019/10/31
  261. Actor John Lithgow’s Political Poetry Chronicles ‘The Age of Trump in Verse’2019/10/31
  262. Former California Gov. Gray Davis on Wildfire Crisis and Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Response2019/10/30
  263. Fire, Power Outages Continue as Winds Increase After Lull2019/10/30
  264. Economic Cost of Power Shutoffs Could Run Into Billions of Dollars2019/10/30
  265. The Physical and Mental Toll of Wildfires2019/10/29
  266. Kincade Fire Continues to Burn in Sonoma County2019/10/29
  267. Newsom Announces Investigation Into PG&E Blackouts as More Than a Million Customers Lose Power2019/10/29
  268. Northern California Wildfires Force 1 Million Power Cuts and 180,000 Evacuation Orders2019/10/28
  269. As Kincade Fire Rages, Bay Area Experiences Large-Scale Power Shutoffs2019/10/28
  270. Update on Power Shutoffs, Weather and the Kincade Fire2019/10/25
  271. Edward Norton Unravels 1950s Detective Mystery in Film ‘Motherless Brooklyn’2019/10/25
  272. Comedian Cristela Alonzo Shares Her Life’s Playlist in Mixtape-Memoir ‘Music to My Years’2019/10/25
  273. Gail Collins Traces the History of Attitudes Toward Older Women2019/10/24
  274. A New Era for the Golden State Warriors2019/10/24
  275. Impeachment Hearing Disrupted by Republican Representatives as Inquiry Intensifies2019/10/24
  276. Violent Protests Over Economic Inequality Continue in Chile2019/10/23
  277. Election 2019: A Breakdown of San Francisco’s Nov. 5 Ballot2019/10/23
  278. PG&E Plans More Power Shutoffs to Begin Wednesday2019/10/23
  279. A Family’s Immigration Tale of “American Dreams, American Nightmares”2019/10/22
  280. Under Fire for Misleading Political Ads, Facebook Promises Some Changes2019/10/22
  281. Car-Free Market Street Plan Gets Green Light2019/10/22
  282. Bankers Profited off Homeowners After the Recession, Now They’re Shaping Policy2019/10/21
  283. Ronan Farrow on the ‘Lies, Spies and Conspiracy’ That Blocked Reporting on Weinstein Scandal2019/10/21
  284. Impeachment Inquiry Continues as Fresh Ethics Questions Emerge Over G-7 Meeting2019/10/18
  285. Amaryllis Fox on Her ‘Life Undercover’ in the CIA2019/10/18
  286. Boris Johnson Strikes Brexit Deal, Seeks Parliament Approval2019/10/18
  287. Remembering the Loma Prieta Earthquake 30 Years On2019/10/17
  288. Ann Patchett Reflects on Memory, Loss and Sibling Bonds in ‘The Dutch House’2019/10/17
  289. Journalist Timothy Egan Explores Faith on Journey From England to Rome2019/10/17
  290. Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Face Off in Fourth Debate2019/10/16
  291. New Worker Protection Laws Take Aim at Wage Theft in California2019/10/15
  292. Bills Attempt to Reach California Housing Goals Through Accessory Dwelling Units2019/10/15
  293. Legislation Moves Forward Earliest Start Times in California Schools2019/10/15
  294. National Political News in Review2019/10/14
  295. PG&E Rejects SF Offer to Buy Utility’s Equipment2019/10/14
  296. The PG&E Power Shut-Offs and the Way California Is Powered2019/10/11
  297. Inspector Gadje Brings Romani Brass Music to San Francisco2019/10/11
  298. Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey on Breaking the Harvey Weinstein Story and #MeToo2019/10/11
  299. Turkey Launches Military Offensive in Northern Syria2019/10/10
  300. PG&E Shut-Offs Cause Traffic, School Closures2019/10/10
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