Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid is 100 times more potent than morphine and 50 times more potent than heroin. Now, it is the most commonly used drug in overdoses: about 30 percent of overdoses in 2016 involved fentanyl. In 2016, the rate of overdoses involving fentanyl was 12 times larger than it was in 2013.
Advertisers who invest in ad spots during the Super Bowl are paying dramatically higher costs year over year, while the number of people they reach by the dollar is steadily decreasing.
The total number of tweets with the hashtag in the month leading up to game day was 1,955. On Super Bowl Sunday, there were 30,715 tweets with the hashtag.
Some commentators are calling it the “most boring game ever.”
PALO ALTO — Applications for the H-1B visa, the program that allows companies to hire skilled immigrants, grew 3.2 percent during 2017 in the San Francisco Bay Area. That may not seem like much, but it bucks a national decline in H-1B visa applications since Donald Trump was elected president.
HALF MOON BAY, CA – On the winding highway to Half Moon Bay, a small dirt path leads up a mountain where wooden stables overlook grassy slopes with yellow flowers that welcome visitors to the Square Peg Foundation, a retirement home for former sport horses.
PENNSYLVANIA — A survey of counties in Pennsylvania, reveals little resources or guidance at the state level to help replace outdated and potentially hackable voting systems.
Since the 1960s, the price of a 30-second advertising spot in the Super Bowl has constantly risen.
What happens when the city of San Francisco takes down a homeless encampment? One initiative attempts to steer former encampment residents into a center that connects them to a shelter, health services and the coveted housing pipeline. But entering the program does not always lead to permanent housing.
Over the past three decades, even as the United States population has become more diverse, top fashion magazines continue to feature more white models than minority models on their covers.
Reducing long-standing funding disparities between wealthy and impoverished school districts was one goal of a 2013 shift in how California funds public schools. But is it working?