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When law professor Anita Hill stepped forward in 1991 to accuse Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee... [Read More]
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Retired U.S. District Judge Samuel Conti, whose 45 years on the bench in San Francisco included the sentencing of a would-be presidential assassin, a courtroom... [Read More]
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The executive director of a Fairfield nonprofit that provided housing assistance to victims of sexual violence pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing federal grant funds. Claudia... [Read More]
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Rejecting a 2015 state law, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday that California cannot charge railroads a $45-per-car fee for carrying crude oil, gasoline and... [Read More]
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The state Supreme Court cleared the way Wednesday for San Francisco to seek disciplinary action against a group of police officers who exchanged racist, sexist... [Read More]
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A 95-year-old California law prohibiting gun shops from displaying handguns or handgun ads in shop windows violates freedom of speech, a federal judge has ruled.... [Read More]
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Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has agreed to protect San Francisco and Humboldt bays from runoff of dangerous chemicals on utility poles in a settlement... [Read More]
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Bail bond companies have started gathering signatures for a referendum to block a new California law, the first of its kind in the nation, that... [Read More]
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Bail bond companies have started gathering signatures for a referendum to block a new California law, the first of its kind in the nation, that... [Read More]
A new law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown allows the state to keep $331 million that a court had designated for programs to help California... [Read More]
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has agreed to protect San Francisco and Humboldt bays from runoffs of dangerous chemicals on utility poles in a settlement... [Read More]
A new law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown allows the state to keep $331 million that a court had designated for programs to help California... [Read More]
UC Berkeley's breakthrough research on gene editing, the transfer of genetic material between living organisms with the potential to cure diseases, did not give the... [Read More]
President George W. Bush holds the record for issuing declarations known as "signing statements' to indicate that he would not follow laws he had signed,... [Read More]
The Trump administration, widely condemned for separating thousands of migrant children from their parents at the Mexican border, is proposing to keep the families together,... [Read More]
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's newly minted category for the court's abortion-rights rulings - "precedent on precedent" - isn't easy to decipher. But legal analysts... [Read More]
Cities can't make it a crime to sleep on a public street or sidewalk when no homeless shelters are available, a federal appeals court ruled... [Read More]
Cities can't make it a crime to sleep on a public street or sidewalk when no homeless shelters are available, a federal appeals court ruled... [Read More]
If Gov. Jerry Brown goes along, San Francisco plans to establish what could be the nation's first legal, supervised safe injection site for drug users.... [Read More]
If Gov. Jerry Brown goes along, San Francisco plans to establish what could be the nation's first legal, supervised safe injection site for drug users.... [Read More]
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