UC Berkeley has been a hotbed of political activism for generations, but students today have a different perspective.
It so happens that Here & Now host Jeremy Hobson's high school debate partner is running for mayor as an independent.
The renowned Berkeley chef and restaurateur has made a name and a career in promoting local, organic food.
Stephanie Martin Taylor of KQED brings us the story of one homeless resident, the 73-year-old woman who sleeps on her doorstep.
The California Democrat shares her biggest accomplishments and failures, and predicts who will get the Democratic nomination.
The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment is nearly $3,500 a month – the most expensive rent in the country.
Kara Swisher of Re/code, Scott Shafer of KQED and Martin Reynolds of the Maynard Institute for Journalism join us.
Airbnb, which allows users around the globe to rent out their homes online, is in the middle of a political fight in its home city.
Longtime residents say all the new money is pushing out poor people and erasing the quirky culture the city is known for.
Mark Hurd says the Silicon Valley company allows major industries like finance and airlines to operate smoothly.
The longtime San Francisco-based gay rights activist reflects on the past and future of the LGBT rights movement.