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Junius Wilson likes to dress up when he goes in for his appointments at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Martinez. On a recent visit,... [Read More]
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Milo Yiannopoulos's planned February appearance on the UC Berkeley campus -- and the fiery protests that shut it down -- stoked a nationwide debate on... [Read More]
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Republicans are making a last push to repeal and replace Obamacare before a congressional deadline at the end of this month. The Graham-Cassidy bill would... [Read More]
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When comedian Caitlin Brodnick found out she carried a gene that gave her an 82 percent chance of getting breast cancer, she made the tough... [Read More]
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The popular, satirical syndicated column gets the theatrical treatment, with its first-ever staged reading held in San Jose. [Read More]
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A producer apologized profusely Monday after a film crew shooting in Vallejo painted over a beloved mural... [Read More]
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The Conan regular and 'Never Not Funny' host turns up at a historic stage in North Beach for a standup set. [Read More]
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It's legal for teenagers close in age to have consensual sex, but if they create and text sexually explicit images of themselves, they could be... [Read More]
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California lawmakers are considering a bill that would legalize water cremation, an eco-friendly option for human remains. [Read More]
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The narrator of Ken Burns' 'The Vietnam War' discusses the war, the 1960s counterculture, and what he's learned in the past 50 years. [Read More]
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You're unlikely to hear Dame Judi Dench utter the words "Everywhere I go, gang rollin'" ever again, so we suggest saving this somewhere special. Other... [Read More]
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How a bunch of scandalous gay drama in the 1600s led to the most popular translation of the Bible. Also, scientists believe Instagram is making... [Read More]
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A coalition of California environmental groups is calling on the California Department of Water Resources to build a complete, functional emergency spillway at Oroville Dam... [Read More]
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The squirmy East Bay interlopers do not bode well for threatened species in Lake Anza. [Read More]
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A $4.4 billion Bay Area transportation plan, which awaits Governor Jerry Brown's signature, would raise Bay Area bridge tolls by as much as $3. Revenue... [Read More]
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Lenora Chu was an American journalist working in Shanghai when she decided to enroll her three-year-old son in China's state-run public schools. Chinese... [Read More]
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The kinds of popularity adolescents and teens experience can affect the relationships they later have as adults, according to Mitch Prinstein. [Read More]
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The band uses its music to guide protests, to disturb the peace, and to raise money for social and political causes. [Read More]
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A former California Public Utilities Commission administrative judge announced Tuesday afternoon that she is filing a legal complaint with the State Personnel Board alleging wrongful termination... [Read More]
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Commence the misery: Morrissey's new album, 'Low in High School', is out November 17! [Read More]
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