Russia accused the United States on Friday of a "gross violation of international law" after the Trump administration gave Moscow two days to shutter diplomatic outposts in San Francisco and other American cities.
By NATALIYA VASILYEVA, Associated Press and Josh Lederman, Associated Press
The organizers of what was supposed to be a permitted and well-secured, right-wing rally at a federal beach in San Francisco first switched its location then decided to refrain from holding any public events on Saturday.
By Kamala Kelkar
Federal authorities on Wednesday issued a permit to a politically conservative group for a Saturday afternoon rally in San Francisco that local officials fear could turn violent.
By Paul Elias, Associated Press
Troy Williams spent 18 years at San Quentin State Prison. Now, he's editing a newspaper in San Francisco that is available to people in prison across the country.
By Kamala Kelkar
By Associated Press
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is telling Democrats that next year could be the year they take back control of the House.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
A seemingly divided Supreme Court on Wednesday tried to figure out whether the government can detain immigrants indefinitely without providing hearings in which they could argue for their release.
A new study pinpoints exactly when HIV arrived in the U.S., while also exonerating Gaëtan Dugas, a man once branded as "patient zero" and blamed for starting the outbreak.
By PBS NewsHour
There’s still no vaccine and no cure, but the medical community is increasingly focused on ambitious plans to bring about an end to HIV/AIDS. The NewsHour launches its series, “The End of AIDS?” with a look at intense prevention and…
By Charles Piller, STAT
Orlando shooting sparks calls to end limits on gay men donating blood.
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