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United States Supreme Court Justice and San Francisco native Stephen G. Breyer is the author of many books, including "Making Our Democracy Work: A Judge's View" and "Active Liberty: Interpreting Our Democratic Constitution."
Today at 6:00pm
The most expensive and contentious issue on the November ballot in San Francisco takes aim at Airbnb and other similar services. Proposition F would cap short-term rentals.
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Tonight at 7:00pm
Sending humans to Mars used to seem like an impossible dream. But with the discovery of flowing water on Mars and the blockbuster movie "The Martian," even NASA is talking about a human mission to Mars.
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