Thursday 9/148:43 pm
By Julia Cheever and Peter Fournier
The city of San Jose sued President Donald Trump in federal court Thursday to challenge his cancellation of deportation protections for young immigrants.
Wednesday 4/267:49 pm
By Julia Cheever
A Palo Alto-based data analysis company has agreed to pay more than $1.6 million to settle a U.S. Department of Labor charge that it discriminated against Asian applicants.
Saturday 2/410:02 am
By SFBay Wires
To some liberals, Donald Trump’s inauguration portends doom for the republic; to many conservatives, it’s a crowning moment for the nation that will usher in an era of growth and optimism.
Thursday 12/2911:59 am
By Scott Morris
New U.S. sanctions against Russia for hacking efforts targeting the presidential election include kicking out Russian government officials at the Russian Consulate in San Francisco, where the officials have been given 72 hours to leave the country.
Tuesday 7/122:16 pm
By Brett Johnson
Betty Reid Soskin was back working Tuesday at the Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park in Richmond after being assailed by an intruder in her home last month.
Monday 2/85:52 pm
By Jeff Shuttleworth
The nation's chief technology officer came to Skyline High School in Oakland Monday to help launch a new initiative by President Obama to promote computer science.