Opinion

Nation should follow SF’s lead on minimum wage

Starting today, the minimum wage in San Francisco will increase to one…

Let us not forget the Vietnam War

Today, we commemorate the 40-year anniversary of the end of the Vietnam…

Bad apple on a rotting tree

Why did Mayor Ed Lee and seven supervisors put Mel Murphy in…

San Francisco’s Affordable Housing Problems Solved? April Fools!

On April 1, The City convened a meeting of the 2015 Housing Bond Working…

Farrell: Let's strike tobacco from sports

Opening Day of the baseball season brings the sounds of line drives…

One hundred years have passed, but has humanity learned its lesson?

On April 24, 1915, the first drops of blood stemming from genocide…

Letters: Assembly bill is appropriate reaction

“Comment and critique need distinguishing,” In My View, Sunday Assembly bill is…

The problem isn't the sheriff — it's the jail

Last month, reports emerged on the “gladiator-style” fights between prisoners orchestrated by…

The myth of ACCJC's “mission of student success” and the unwarranted critique of ACCJC

In his Sunday San Francisco op-ed, Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior…

Will the Giants rush to a new Wall on the Waterfront?

In June, on the heels of voters’ rejection of luxury waterfront condos…

Empower young people to talk about mental health

Editorial Note: A Text, Talk, Act community event will be held at…

Investing in Transportation: Let’s Regain Our Momentum

Today, National Transportation Infrastructure Day, is a good time to call attention…

Letters: Time for club to use modern weapons

“Final shot for city gun club,” The City, Friday Time for club…

Without action San Francisco is in danger of losing its teachers

San Francisco is rapidly becoming unaffordable to our public school teachers and…

Letters: When in drought, use artificial turf instead

"State moves to kill the lawn," Golden State, Friday When in drought,…

Holding City College’s Accreditors Accountable

For nearly three years, San Franciscans have united to save City College…

Marti and Cohen: Housing our city’s workforce

One of the bitter ironies of this boom economy is that a…