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Chronicle readers express their view on a wide variety of issues. [Read More]
In the middle of the coronavirus crisis, the EPA decided to forgo strengthening the national air quality standard for fine particulate matter. [Read More]
The state must do more to address the concerns of Latinos, who are being disproportionately harmed by the coronavirus pandemic and economic turmoil. [Read More]
Homeless numbers all over the Bay Area and West Coast were shooting upward even before the coronavirus crisis hit, and now the pandemic threatens to... [Read More]
The death toll from three days of heavy rain and flooding in southern Japan rose to 40 on Monday, including 14 who drowned at a... [Read More]
As far as improbable tales of overnight success…... [Read More]
The hard-hit Australian state of Victoria recorded two deaths and its highest-ever daily increase in coronavirus cases on Monday as authorities prepare to close its... [Read More]
Fire officials across the Bay Area remained on high alert Sunday after battling more than 200 fires on the Fourth of July — almost all... [Read More]
The ride-hailing firm is seeking to expand its presence in on-demand food delivery while its core business struggles. [Read More]
A wildfire east of Gilroy triggered evacuations after it quickly grew to more than 1,000 acres Sunday, with smoke visible for miles. [Read More]
A bicyclist who may have been trying to cut in front of a commuter train in San Rafael was killed on Friday evening when he... [Read More]
President Donald Trump is set to hold an outdoor rally Saturday in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, according to the president's campaign. The campaign rally at... [Read More]
San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler said he was proud of his players for wearing masks even when they are not required to do so... [Read More]
Jane Morrison, a genial but determined presence in San Francisco politics for a half-century, was 100 when she died Saturday at her home near Golden... [Read More]
The International AIDS Conference was set to return to San Francisco for the first time in 30 years, but a new pandemic has made it... [Read More]
Oakland A's President Dave Kaval said he welcomes dissent such as the small group of protesters at the Coliseum on Sunday who oppose the Athletics'... [Read More]
Oakland A's pitcher Sean Manaea said he's considering wearing a mask during games, at least to start the MLB season scheduled to begin late this... [Read More]
San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt Belt, amid the coronavirus pandemic, expressed optimism about playing a season in 2020. [Read More]
Pablo Sandoval's weight is an issue again, because he looks bigger now than he did in spring training, but manager Gabe Kapler declined to address... [Read More]
Oakland A's pitcher Sean Manaea said he's considering wearing a mask during games, at least to start the MLB season scheduled to begin later this... [Read More]
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