Inside the newsroom Anonymous sources:The Chronicle strives to attribute all information we report to credible, reliable, identifiable sources. Presenting information from an anonymous source occurs extremely rarely, and only when that information is considered crucially important and all other on-the-record options have been exhausted. In such cases, The Chronicle has complete knowledge of the unnamed person’s identity and of how that person is in position to know the information. The Chronicle’s detailed policy governing the use of such sources, including the use of pseudonyms, is available on sfchronicle.com. … [Read more...] about SF public corruption case: Meet the FBI informants who targeted Mohammed Nuru
Rep. David CicillineDavid Nicola CicillineThe Hill's 12:30 Report: House to vote on .2T stimulus after mad dash to Washington Pelosi rejects calls to shutter Capitol: 'We are the captains of this ship' Trump campaign presses Twitter to label Biden video as 'manipulated' MORE (D-R.I.), one of the co-authors of the House bill, said that the coronavirus pandemic is highlighting how urgent legislative action is. … [Read more...] about Local news outlets struggle to survive coronavirus fallout
Joe Panik didn't just sign with the Mets on Friday, he started at second base and cracked a single during the ninth-inning rally that turned a 6-3 deficit into a 7-6 victory over Washington, New York's biggest win of the season. So go ahead: Imagine the wild-card race coming down to the season’s final day and Panik getting a big hit that knocks the Giants out of it. ... It should come as pleasant news to Giants fans that Conner Menez, who makes his third big-league start Sunday and has impressed manager Bruce Bochy, is only the seventh-rated pitching prospect (per mlb.com) in the Giants’ system. Three pitchers ahead of him have been dominant in the minors this season, flashing what appears to be big-league stuff: fifth-ranked Logan Webb (Double-A Richmond), No. 6 Sean Hjelle (Richmond) and No. 9 Seth Corry (Class A Augusta). The others are Jake Wong (11, Class A San Jose), Gregory Santos (12, Augusta) and Melvin Adon (15, Triple-A Sacramento), with Menez ranked 17th. All … [Read more...] about Warriors exhibitions: Why so many against the Lakers?
"There is a degree of understanding, especially among foreign companies, that Thailand has had a long period of unrest, and that's certainly not good, but it's just become a part of business life in the kingdom. Long term, that's not going to help investment from Western companies, but it's sort of being priced in for now," he said. … [Read more...] about Thai Court Dissolves Pro-Democracy Opposition Party
“So we should be right now thinking about how do we get those small business loans out the door … You should focus on making sure we’re in a situation where we’ll be able to see to it that unemployment benefits can get to people. What is the IRS doing to get the $1200 checks to people? That’s where the focus should be and it should be laser focused.” (RELATED: Karl Rove: ‘Unbelievable’ Joe Biden Is Fundraising Off Of Coronavirus) … [Read more...] about Chuck Todd Asks If Trump Has ‘Blood’ On His Hands For Coronavirus Reponse — Biden Says ‘That’s A Little Too Harsh’