Cruise receives the vast majority of complaints, including boxing in buses and trying to drive over fire hoses during active firefighting.
“We should be working on ways to decrease the use of force by local law enforcement, not giving them new tools to kill people.”
Elaine Mayes’ photos capture the fleeting hope of San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighbourhood, as the optimism of the 1960s was sliding downhill.
SF Mayor 'Wallpapered Over' Privacy Concerns About Police Access to Live Surveillance Cameras, Docs Show
While privacy groups sounded the alarm, SF Police lobbied for the policy and distributed talking points members of the public read aloud at a hearing.
David DePape, who was caught by police at Paul Pelosi’s home, appeared to ascribe to a grab bag of far-right conspiracy theories, including Pizzagate.
San Francisco’s city council approved the new powers, which will allow cops to get real-time access to privately-owned cameras.
Right-wing pundits, landlords, and tech executives all believe they can prove we are amid a crime wave with just one more video.
Advocates say California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s veto will deepen an already deadly crisis.
Andreessen, who once declared it's "time to build," railed against building multi-family housing in the wealthiest zip code in America, The Atlantic reported.
Photographer Chloe Sherman captured her own world of femmes and butches, punks and studs.
The car drove down the street after the annual Dolores Hill Bomb.