Harry has met with Queen Elizabeth and other senior royals to work out a deal that will see him and Markle relinquish their “royal highness” titles and pay back $3.1 million used to renovate their Frogmore Cottage residence. Harry capped things off by finally arriving in Canada where he and his wife will live part-time and raise 8-month-old Archie. … [Read more...] about ‘Megxit’ still has Prince William, Kate Middleton ‘reeling,’ royal expert says
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“I have said for a long time to H -- that’s what I call him -- ‘It’s not enough to just survive something,’” Markle said. “That’s not the point of life. You have to thrive. You have got to feel happy.’ I really tried to adopt this British sensibility of a ‘stiff upper lip.’ I really tried, but I think that what that does internally is probably really damaging.” … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle won’t be seen in the UK ‘for a long time,’ royal expert claims: ‘Why would she come back now?’
But this strategy presents an immense challenge: At least 75,000 units in the Bay Area are part of mega-developments that are frequently sidetracked for years or even decades because of long approval processes, high infrastructure costs, complicated environmental cleanup issues and financing difficulties. … [Read more...] about Bay Briefing: What’s next after Market Street goes car-free?
Oakland's chief of police, Anne Kirkpatrick, said in a report to the city council that while the police department doesn't use real-time facial recognition or plan to purchase the technology, it doesn't think a ban is needed since the city already has a policy limiting the purchase of surveillance technology. She added that facial-recognition technology can let police speed up the "time-consuming manual process of connecting images from crime scenes to local mug shot databases." … [Read more...] about Beyond San Francisco, more cities are saying no to facial recognition