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President Trump waves before boarding Air Force One as he departs Albuquerque, N.M., en route to campaign events in California on Tuesday. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The NRA says San Francisco lawmakers went too far in declaring it a terrorist organization. Here, members of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America take part in a rally against gun violence held at San Francisco City Hall in August. Liu Guanguan/Visual China Group via Getty Images hide caption

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A sea of fog advances on the Golden Gate Bridge during a late winter twilight in 2016. On Saturday, the operators of FogCam said the long-running webcam at San Francisco State University will sunset "forever" at the end of August. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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The End Is Nigh For FogCam, Billed As The Internet's Oldest Running Webcam

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An image from surveillance camera video shows the encounter with police at the home of journalist Bryan Carmody in May. A judge this week quashed a search warrant used by the San Francisco Police Department. Bryan Carmody/AP hide caption

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Marchers at a candlelight vigil in San Francisco, Calif., carry a banner to call attention to the continuing battle against AIDS on May 29, 1989. The city was home to the nation's first AIDS special care unit. The unit, which opened in 1983, is the subject the documentary 5B. Jason M. Grow/AP hide caption

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1st AIDS Ward '5B' Fought To Give Patients Compassionate Care, Dignified Deaths

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Two San Francisco ordinances would prohibit the sale of e-cigarettes in brick-and-mortar stores and ban online sales to shipping addresses in the city. Mauro Grigollo/Cultura RF/Getty Images hide caption

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San Francisco Bans Sales Of E-Cigarettes

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Heather Burns at Martin Elementary School in South San Francisco, where she now teaches third grade. Burns was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016 and had to pay for her own substitute while on sick leave. Stephanie Lister/KQED hide caption

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California Teachers Pay For Their Own Substitutes During Extended Sick Leave

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In this Oct. 31 photo, a man has his face painted to represent efforts to defeat facial recognition. It was during a protest at Amazon headquarters over the company's facial recognition system. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Researchers also found that congestion on the roads in San Francisco also was exacerbated because of where the ride-hailing cars were and at what time of day. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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A mother and her three daughters at the border crossing dividing Juárez, Mexico, and El Paso, Texas, on April 9. The family traveled from Guatemala to reach the U.S. David Peinado/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Spokesman Calls Plan To Send Immigrants To 'Sanctuary Cities' An 'Olive Branch'

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Soda bottles displayed in a San Francisco market.A federal appeals court blocked a city law requiring advertisement warnings on the potential health impacts of sugary drinks. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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When a former patient died from a lethal combination of methadone and Benadryl, Dr. Ako Jacintho got a letter from the state medical board. Whitney Hayward/Portland Press Herald/Getty Images hide caption

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California Doctors Alarmed As State Links Their Opioid Prescriptions to Deaths

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Harvey Milk, a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, was the first openly gay elected official in California. Nov. 27, 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Milk and San Francisco Mayor George Moscone. AP hide caption

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40 Years After The Assassination Of Harvey Milk, LGBTQ Candidates Find Success

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