On Thursday, Novato Police Chief Matthew McCaffrey wrote a public letter to residents addressing recent social media posts that alleged homeless people were “kicked out” of Lee Gerner Park by police. In his letter, the chief said those claims were inaccurate. His letter, in its entirety, is below: In response […]

Traffic backs up during construction in Leadville, Colo., recently from the city’s latest boom. (Richard Read / Los Angeles Times) “It’s a magnificent building, they spared no expense because the Postal Service considered us a first-class city, which they still do,” he said. “That means we continue to get household […]

Sophie Andrews is a rising junior at Stanford University studying Math and Computational Sciences. She’s written data journalism articles for The Stanford Daily and built the online National Vote Trackers for The Cook Political Report. She’s also interned with the FCC and the National Renewable Energy Lab. Sophie loves to […]

In the midst COVID-19, hoteliers responded quickly to manage reservations through direct and indirect channels, adjust cancellation policies, and adopt stringent cleaning and social distancing protocols to accommodate concerned guests. But what’s next? With the pandemic lingering, stop-gap measures aren’t enough. A strong case can be made for hoteliers to […]