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Trump: Quick death penalty for mass shooters, no guns for those who pose ‘grave risk’

Trump also proposes making gun background checks more strict.

8chan, a site favored by suspected mass shooters, is losing its SF-based network home

Move unlikely to keep 8chan offline for long, as the forum site may find another service provider.

El Paso shooting: 20 dead, at least 26 wounded, and a nation is scarred again

EL PASO, Texas - With the rattle of gunfire and the collapse…

Nine dead, 26 injured in Dayton, Ohio, after gunman in body armor opens fire

A gunman killed nine people and injured 26 others in Dayton, Ohio,…

Trump imposes new 10 percent tariff on Chinese goods

Nearly 70 percent of footwear that Americans buy is imported from China.

California honey bees are still declining, but Trump does not care

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced in July that it would no longer be funding a nationwide annual survey of the honeybee population.

San Francisco State shuts down Chinese language program under federal pressure

SAN FRANCISCO _ In the far reaches of Redding, it’s not so…

His identity bothered some people. It inspired him to help Valley residents go to college

UC Berkeley was a “huge cultural shock” at first for Michael Pina,…

At Gilroy Garlic Festival vigils, residents pray for peace

GILROY, Calif. _ As the sun began to slip in the sky…

Suspect identified in Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting

At least four people were killed in a shooting Sunday at the…

San Francisco teens confess to fatal stabbing of Italian policeman

Two 19-year-old US citizens have confessed to a fatal knife attack on…

Getting creative with watermelon

Watermelon is 92 percent water, making it almost as thirst-quenching as an…

Facebook slammed with record-breaking $5B penalty over privacy issues

Facebook has been ordered to pay a record-breaking $5 billion penalty as…

Why NASA wants to return to the moon

With new directives from President Donald Trump, NASA is in the middle of a new space race.

US imposes more sanctions on Venezuela’s military intelligence agency

The U.S. on Friday imposed sanctions on members of Venezuela’s military intelligence agency.

What we know about the children detained by border protection officers at O’Hare

What happened? Border protection officials said the children arrived on a flight with an adult who was determined to be inadmissible.

The Haitian spirit clairin is more like mezcal than rum

In 2017, the first clairin was officially exported to the U.S.

Trump backs off threat to audit California wildfire fighting agreement

A growing dispute between the Trump administration and California firefighting agencies over millions of dollars in back pay has ended.

LA police embedded informant at 2017 church protests against Donald Trump

On four separate occasions in October 2017, the informant entered Echo Park United Methodist Church with a hidden recorder.

Violent confrontations rock Puerto Rico protests demanding the governor step down

Officers in riot gear shot tear gas into packed crowds during one of island’s largest protests