A Santa Clara County judge issued a temporary restraining order Monday against Calvary Chapel San Jose preventing the church from conducting indoor services in excess …
A divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit on Thursday refused to enjoin California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s executive order restricting …
President Donald J. Trump Monday evening threatened military force against members the American public.
“The Bryan Carmody saga is a stain on San Francisco history that can’t be erased by a few court rulings.”
“City leaders have made an awful situation worse by stonewalling our requests for records related to the Carmody debacle.”
Police seeking to monitor the phone of a freelance journalist failed to explicitly inform a San Francisco judge about his occupation before she signed a …
A journalist whose San Francisco home and office were raided earlier this month as police investigated a leaked police report will be getting back his …
The San Francisco Police Department and the FBI continued to face backlash Monday for a raid conducted Friday at the home and office of a …
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to preliminarily adopt an ordinance regulating firearms and ammunition on county property at their meeting Tuesday.
The so-called “Free Speech Week” at the University of California at Berkeley has been called off by the Berkeley Patriot organization.
Twitter Inc. sued the administration of President Donald Trump in federal court in San Francisco Thursday.
San Francisco Police Department officials announced Wednesday evening that they have suspended participation with the FBI’s controversial Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Photojournalist David Andrews asked citizens what they thought of Colin Kaepernick’s protest.
Activists fighting a ban against nudity in San Francisco today won the right to hold a “Nude In” and naked march.
Oakland’s new public arts ordinance is being challenged in federal court by building developers are arguing it is unconstitutional.
Two national civil rights organizations filed a citizen complaint against the city of San Francisco Wednesday.
As it turns out, the yellow pages clogging up your front door are two pounds of bound and printed free speech.
After BART shut down cell service during a protest last year, the FCC is seeking comment to whether to develop a policy on such disruptions.
Despite first amendment protections for freedom of the press, state law makes it difficult for journalists to talk to prisoners. That may soon change.