David Weir is Senior Editor, Online News for KQED. He is a veteran journalist who co-founded the Center for Investigative Reporting, and was a reporter, writer and editor at numerous media companies, including Rolling Stone, Salon, Wired Digital, California Magazine, Mother Jones, 7x7, and Excite@Home. He has published four books and his articles have appeared in many publications including The Economist, The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Nation, LA Weekly, San Jose Mercury News, Wired News and Salon.
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Pitcher is only the second in franchise history (with Christy Mathewson) to throw two no-hitters.
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A stifling defense helped the Cardinal defeat the favored Jayhawks.
Besides basketball, Silver’s re-launched FiveThirtyEight site covers the missing Malaysian jet mystery.
Witness to arrest says that man was not harassing her and that police initiated incident.
Google’s lists of the top 10 trending search topics for five Northern California cities in 2013.
A dramatic shift has occurred in public perceptions of unions, according to the Field Poll.
‘Journalists must be agents of the truth in all its forms, wherever it resides…’
Threats include earthquakes, the NSA, and bad planning. Plus, celebs might stop sending tweets.