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11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

By Anna Schaverien

Lessons from the pandemic. A car-free future. Elephants in crisis. New fiction. Ennio Morricone dies. A behind-the-scenes look at the New York City subway. And more.

Patient Is Reported Free of H.I.V., but Scientists Urge Caution

By Apoorva Mandavilli

Brazilian scientists say the man no longer shows signs of the infection after taking a powerful drug cocktail. But the preliminary results require confirmation.

Patient Is Reported Free of H.I.V., but Scientists Urge Caution

By Apoorva Mandavilli

Brazilian scientists say the man no longer shows signs of the infection after taking a powerful drug cocktail. But the preliminary results require confirmation.

Patient Is Reported Free of H.I.V., but Scientists Urge Caution

By Apoorva Mandavilli

Brazilian scientists say the man no longer shows signs of the infection after taking a powerful drug cocktail. But the preliminary results require confirmation.

The Mug Shot, a Crime Story Staple, Is Dropped by Some Newsrooms and Police

By Maria Cramer

The San Francisco Police Department said it would no longer release mug shots because they reinforce racial biases, joining a growing movement by newspapers and broadcasters to curtail their use.

Did a Mountain Lion Kill 3 Marsupials at the San Francisco Zoo?

By Aimee Ortiz

Two wallaroos and a red kangaroo were found dead in an outdoor exhibit days before a young mountain lion was captured in the city.

This Monument to White Supremacy Hides in Plain Sight

By Richard White

The invisibility of Drake’s Cross in a San Francisco park may make it the most fitting monument to white supremacy in the country.

Two More Rings for the Home Team

By Vincent M. Mallozzi

Lindsay Hirsch and Dustin Schneider had to find a new spot to be married. The Golden State Warriors welcomed the couple.

Mike McCormick, Comeback Cy Young Award Winner, Dies at 81

By Richard Goldstein

He was an All-Star fastball pitcher with the Giants until he developed a sore arm. He salvaged his career by learning to throw a screwball.

Food That’s a Business and a Comfort

By Kerry Hannon

A San Francisco-based Malaysian chef is keeping busy during the pandemic with a diverse business model that has allowed her to improvise and generate revenue.

Former Bumble Bee C.E.O. Is Sentenced in Tuna Price-Fixing Scheme

By Sandra E. Garcia

Christopher Lischewski was ordered to serve 40 months in prison for his lead role in a yearslong conspiracy to fix the price of canned tuna.

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