Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone talks sports, same-sex marriage and reaching out to gay Catholics.
Tourists are shut out of popular attractions. Meantime, the state begins signing up Obamacare customers.
Housing and tenant rights advocates say evictions are happening all over the city.
Video of 49er great Steve Young speaking to the group Affirmation: Gay and Lesbian Mormons.
A three-judge federal appeals panel in San Francisco heard arguments Wednesday.
California lawmakers are on the verge of passing bill that would punish groups for LGBT discrimination.
The California Supreme Court today turned down a petition in which the sponsors of Proposition 8 sought to have the ban on same-sex marriage put back into effect in most of the state. The court, in an order issued in San Francisco, declined to grant a hearing on the petition, which was filed July 12. […]
Gov. Brown today signed AB 1266, the bill that allows transgender students to participate in sports and other activities, as well as use bathrooms, based on their gender identity as opposed to their sex at birth. The deadline for Brown’s signature was Tuesday, Aug. 13, although the bill would still have become law without it. This […]
UPDATE: Archbishop of San Francisco Salvatore Cordileone has released a statement in response to the pope’s remarks. Original post Pope Francis this morning made what felt, at least, like a startling comment coming from the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church. Responding to reports about a “gay lobby” inside the Vatican and to accusations that […]