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Senator Bernie Sanders suspended his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination Wednesday, April 8, according to multiple media outlets.
Rick Chavez Zbur, the executive director of the statewide LGBT rights group Equality California, told the Bay Area Reporter Tuesday (April 7) that he will be a candidate for Los Angeles city attorney in two years.
With the endorsement of Equality California this week, South Bay Assembly candidate Alex Lee is close to sweeping up support from all of the major LGBT political groups that endorse state legislative candidates.
While the novel coronavirus outbreak has shut down much of American life in the past month ... the 50th annual San Francisco Pride parade and festival is slated to proceed as scheduled June 27-28.
The general public should routinely wear cloth face masks to reduce transmission of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19, according to new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on April 1 granted its first emergency use authorization for an antibody test that could show if people are immune to the new coronavirus.
This weekend's 150th birthday celebration at Golden Gate Park was postponed weeks ago due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, but a series of virtual concerts that people can watch for free will begin Saturday, April 4.
Pharmacy students at UCSF have organized a personal protective equipment drop-off site at a Castro area pharmacy Saturday, April 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday announced major changes to its ban on blood donations from men who've had sex with men.
A nationwide campaign is underway aimed at encouraging LGBTQ people to seek public office.
Longtime SF AIDS physician sees promising results in experimental HIV drug to treat COVID-19.
Attorneys for four proponents of Prop 8 filed a motion in federal court April 1 to keep video recordings in the case of Perry v. Schwarzenegger sealed from public view.