Our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, a century-old film of San Francisco’s devastating 1906 earthquake aftermath turned up at a California flea market.
By PBS NewsHour
The nation's largest federal court circuit announced Friday that it plans to review its workplace protections following the resignation of a judge facing sexual misconduct allegations.
By Associated Press
A Mexican man acquitted of murder in the shooting death of a San Francisco woman that sparked a national immigration debate was sentenced to time served for illegal gun possession Friday.
By Paul Elias, Associated Press
Mayor Ed Lee, who oversaw a technology-driven economic boom in the city that brought with it sky-high housing prices, died suddenly early Tuesday at age 65.
By Janie Har, Associated Press
By Paul Elias and Janie Har, Associated Press
The attacks on San Francisco and other cities with similar immigration policies began moments after a jury acquitted a Mexican man of killing a woman on a popular pier.
For contemporary composer John Adams, it was three notes that launched his latest opera: the sound of a pick axe “chipping away at stone.” Premiering at the San Francisco Opera, "Girls of the Golden West," a collaboration with director Peter…
Despite their impact in San Francisco, the Ace of Cups were all but written out of history books. Now, decades later, four of the five original band members are recording their first album together.
By Nataliya Vasilyeva, Josh Lederman, Associated Press
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.
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.
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