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Last year, San-Francisco based Wells Fargo admitted to creating up to 2 million fraudulent accounts to meet aggressive sales goals. As investigations into the... [Read More]
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When Torange Yeghiazarian moved to America as a teenager, the Iran hostage crisis dominated American airwaves, yet she says only one of her neighbors actually... [Read More]
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When Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold decided in early 2016 to look into whether then-presidential candidate Donald Trump had in fact made a promised... [Read More]
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If you're on Facebook, you've likely seen an infiltration of posts that start off with "10 Bands I've Seen (One of them is a lie)... [Read More]
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Lynn Whittaker stood in the hallway of her home looking at the framed photos on the wall. In one, her son Andrew is playing high... [Read More]
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Oakland fourth graders hoping to beautify a highway underpass with a painted mural are stymied by a Caltrans policy granting the agency copyright over their... [Read More]
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After Michael Uvanni's older brother, James, was diagnosed with a deadly form of skin cancer, it seemed as if everyone told the family what they... [Read More]
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President Trump is both dismissing his first 100 days in office as a "ridiculous standard" and doing everything he can to convince the public that... [Read More]
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A San Francisco judge has dismissed most of the charges against a man shot by two city police officers on Jan. 6, ruling that the... [Read More]
The Interior Secretary says, under the policy, his department will review protective designations since 1996 of 100,000 acres or more, particularly their size. [Read More]
"President Trump has accomplished more in his first 100 days than any other President since Franklin Roosevelt." That's according to the White House, which... [Read More]
From computer programs that help the blind "see" using sound to the ability to regenerate amputated limbs, new technologies have opened a new world of... [Read More]
Eight artists living in a commercially-zoned property were served a court-ordered eviction notice on Wednesday. [Read More]
At Stanford's Cantor Arts Center, an exhibition explores the uneasy relationship between designers and the corporations they labored under, adding nuance to... [Read More]
The 2017 Edge Residency at CounterPulse has many mesmerizing moments. [Read More]
Bay Curious listener Katie Emigh loves walking by San Francisco's City Hall after sunset. The building's ominous granite exterior is lit up dramatically every night.... [Read More]
We process the end of Lena Dunham's Girls, share our best and worst TV finales, discuss the "profound silence" of certain celebs, freak out over... [Read More]
KQED's popular Check, Please! Bay Area Taste & Sip food and wine tasting will be held Tuesday, May 23, 2017, from 6:30 to 9pm at... [Read More]
Thousands of people of all ages participated in marches for science across the country this past weekend. But some scientists feel that marches like these... [Read More]
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