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Who watches ISIS beheading videos in the U.S.? Men, Christians and the fearful, study says

Who watches ISIS beheading videos in the U.S.? Men, Christians and the fearful, study says

Roxane Cohen Silver began trying to understand how graphic images pollute the human psyche in the terror-struck days after the 9/11 attacks, when sights and sounds of the twin towers crumbling flooded
Ex-cop pleads guilty to manslaughter after leaving daughter in hot patrol car for tryst with her boss

Ex-cop pleads guilty to manslaughter after leaving daughter in hot patrol car for tryst with her boss

"You will forever be entombed in a prison of your own mind," Harrison County Circuit Judge Larry Bourgeois told Cassie Barker, a former Mississippi officer.
Off Topic: Woodstock 50, MoviePass, Jim Carrey, abandoned dogs

Off Topic: Woodstock 50, MoviePass, Jim Carrey, abandoned dogs

The lineup for the Woodstock 50 festival is announced. Also, MoviePass comes back with an unlimited viewing plan, Jim Carrey rails against college admissions cheaters, and Florida moves to curb the
Why won’t developers build housing in this Bay Area city?

Why won’t developers build housing in this Bay Area city?

San Jose missed the mark last year in housing production. The city permitted just 2,973 new homes -- far short of the mayor's goal of 5,000 a year.
California lawmakers debate how to prevent another college admissions scandal

California lawmakers debate how to prevent another college admissions scandal

When state legislators grilled University of California staff about the university’s response to the recent college admissions scandal, Assemblyman Kevin McCarty asked the question that’s been
Rain returns to the Bay Area, with more storms possible next week

Rain returns to the Bay Area, with more storms possible next week

Through 6 a.m. Wednesday, 24-hour rainfall totals include San Francisco at .31 inches, Oakland at .30 inches and San Jose at .20 inches, according to the National Weather Service.
Opinion: Cloud services offer path forward for NATO alliance

Opinion: Cloud services offer path forward for NATO alliance

Information sharing creates opportunity to re-invigorate a crucial alliance
Letter: Fremont’s homeless motel costly but worth it for this feature

Letter: Fremont’s homeless motel costly but worth it for this feature

Homeless advocates and medical experts point to this kind of supportive housing as a more cost-effective and humane solution.
Ichiro gets send off, A’s overpowered by Mariners in Opening Day loss

Ichiro gets send off, A’s overpowered by Mariners in Opening Day loss

Four A's home runs were not enough as Mike Fiers was roughed up in Wednesday's Opening Day loss to the Mariners at the Tokyo Dome.
Carolyn Hax: I’m afraid my mother-in-law is waiting to stab me in the back

Carolyn Hax: I’m afraid my mother-in-law is waiting to stab me in the back

Maybe she is a horrible person, but under the current circumstances you should give her another chance.
How to respond to Netflix’s ‘Murder Mountain?’ Humboldt County officials grapple with the question

How to respond to Netflix’s ‘Murder Mountain?’ Humboldt County officials grapple with the question

Since its release, the series’ accuracy has come under scrutiny. Law enforcement has pushed back against the credibility of the series’ information and what the county sheriff’s office called “one
Flintstone House off Interstate 280 has wide support: Roadshow

Flintstone House off Interstate 280 has wide support: Roadshow

It's a matter of taste. Some like it, others don't.
Geological study: Mud Creek slide was on the move before 2017 ‘catastrophic failure’

Geological study: Mud Creek slide was on the move before 2017 ‘catastrophic failure’

U.S. Geological Survey scientists recently revealed their data showing how the massive landslide that covered a quarter mile of Highway 1 at Mud Creek with as much as 40 feet of debris in 2017
Horgan: San Mateo district’s enrollment: A tale of boom and bust

Horgan: San Mateo district’s enrollment: A tale of boom and bust

History does indeed tend to repeat itself -- well, up to a point. Enrollment in San Mateo County’s public schools has experienced a marked ebb and flow through the decades.
Accused child molester severs his genitals in Santa Cruz County Jail, doctor reports

Accused child molester severs his genitals in Santa Cruz County Jail, doctor reports

A former Live Oak foster parent, Girl Scouts troop leader and Scotts Valley Unified School District technology director accused of molesting children is competent to stand trial, a doctor reported.
Borenstein: Oakland teacher settlement still isn’t a done deal

Borenstein: Oakland teacher settlement still isn’t a done deal

New numbers show cost of agreement that ended strike will balloon in year after it expires
Letter: Hillsborough wasting resources to do this to the Flintstone House

Letter: Hillsborough wasting resources to do this to the Flintstone House

Hillsborough is fighting creativity, diversity and just plain fun? Let’s be real. This is about intolerance.
What we learned in the Warriors’ win over the Timberwolves

What we learned in the Warriors’ win over the Timberwolves

The Warriors capped one of their toughest road trips of the season with an impressive win over the Timberwolves.
Letter: Plan for Pleasant Hill Library will hurt pre-schoolers, teens, special-needs citizens

Letter: Plan for Pleasant Hill Library will hurt pre-schoolers, teens, special-needs citizens

Contra Costa County owns the library property and plans to sell it to a developer that will build homes there.
Letter: San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo is mute on U.S. citizens not issued warrants before killing

Letter: San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo is mute on U.S. citizens not issued warrants before killing

But he's made news issuing sharply worded statements about a suspect killer who's an immigrant.