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Researchers are working to revive the passenger pigeon, once the most abundant bird in the world. But is it right to turn back the clock?
KQED’s David Markus recounts the time he spent talking at a bar in Cuba with the author, who died Thursday. …read more
Friends asked, “Why does it say female? He was male.” And they’ve gone to Sacramento to change the law. …read more
The unemployment rate in California is down nearly 12 percent from what it was in March last year.
SpaceX, a private space company, is trying again on Friday to launch its Dragon spacecraft. …read more
Coalition argues federal ruling undermines right of online sites to host content they did not create.
View rare color images on the 108th anniversary, commemorated this morning at Lotta’s Fountain.
Shock and sadness are turning to anger in the Bay Area’s Korean-American community as details emerge.
They were among few in city that helped provide water supply and kept fires from spreading after temblor.
The Colombian-born author of One Hundred Years of Solitude had been in failing health for some time.