The Trump administration is removing temporary protected status for El Salvador, a program that has permitted the Velasco family to live and work in the US since 2001. That puts them — and 200,000 other like them — at a tough crossroads.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee died early Tuesday morning. One of his last acts of mayor was to back a city memorial to the so-called comfort women of World War II, a move that angered its sister city, Osaka.
For immigration hardliners, the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle was an example of failed immigration enforcement and sanctuary policies. For those who study both immigration and the criminal justice system, it’s a distraction from a real conversation about immigration reform.
San Francisco's Asian American Orchestra is celebrating the 83rd birthday of John Coltrane with a concert tonight. They're playing Coltraneï¿½ but with a twist. They're highlighting the Indian and West African influences in the jazz master's work.
A new PBS documentary profiles four kids who are attending dual immersion public schools in San Francisco. The filmmakers are husband and wife team Ken Schneider and Marcia Jarmel. Patrick Cox has part four of our ï¿½Learning in Two Languages' series.
For our Global Hit Monday, we're playing a fusion of sorts, a mix of the pounding, hip-swaying drums of Afro-Cuban jazz and lilting New York Jewish tunes. Lonny Shavelson went to a concert in San Francisco featuring that musical mashup.
Native American tribes visited the State Department today to discuss a proposed oil pipeline. Environmentalists oppose the pipeline because it would carry 'dirty' oil from Alberta's tar sands. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.
Shortly after the Sept. 11 attacks, Parvez Sharma began paying close attention to the national discussion around religion. And the gay Muslim filmmaker said he felt the need to come out of the closet ? as a practicing Muslim. Sharma has made a new documentary about the lives of other gay and lesbian Muslims.
Just weeks ago, Palin Syrah was a modestly popular organic Chilean wine. Then came the announcement that a very popular Alaska Governor named Sarah Palin was John McCain's pick for running mate. And Palin Syrah was suddenly not-so-popular.
In December, Apple stunned its followers when it announced that Apple CEO Steve Jobs would not giving his traditional keynote speech. Not only that, Apple announced that after 2009, they will no longer be part of the expo.
California is hurting's budget deficit is larger than total expenditures in most states. New York Times reporter Jesse McKinley joins Katherine and Adaora from San Francisco with a look at how California might fare under the stimulus bill.