June 2014 Archive

Tenderloin health clinic seeks to ease community concerns amid fight for new home

by Joshua Sabatini Many local nonprofits are being forced to relocate as landlords raise their rents amid the hottest real estate market in San Francisco ...

SF open government and ethics oversight broken, report says

by Jonah Owen Lamb San Francisco’s political culture impedes transparent and ethical government despite commissions and task forces set up by voters to ensure The ...

If the News Covered Your Relationship Status

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If Text Messages Could be Sent Into the Past

By CRACKED Readers  Published: June 29th, 2014  Text messaging has made life more convenient than ever thought possible. The next progression, obviously, is texting through ...

Subduction License

The new power wives of Capitol Hill

Forget the insipid ladies lunching cliches. These women are outearning their husbands–Republicans too.

Weary Benghazi suspect co-operates in D.C. court

Benghazi suspect pleads not guilty

Cochran whizzed, Cantor fizzed

Cochran embraces campaign technology that Cantor assumed he wouldn’t need in his race.

Karl Rove's money machine

It is ironic–but perhaps poetically just–that the money monster of American politics turned him.

Obama: I'll say what's on my mind

He has been looser in recent weeks and he confirmed that the shift isn’t an imagined one.

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