Reich-onomics: Robert Reich's mission is to save American capitalism

Former cabinet secretaries often retire to think tanks, quiet academic positions or perhaps the golf course, in between their memoirs and the occasional op-ed. Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich -- who served in the Clinton administration from 1993-97 -- has taken a different tack.  
Before astronaut Scott Kelly ended his year in space, he accomplished an unprecedented technological feat. He called mission control using Skype and streamed his first-person perspective through an augmented reality headset that NASA sent to the International Space Station in December.  
 
Dilip Basu, Research Professor of Humanities, and founding director of Satyajit Ray Film and Study Collection at UC Santa Cruz died Feb. 22 in Santa Clarita, the university announced.  
 
After San Mateo, Contra Costa college districts sought to manage their own investments, county treasurers want to change state law, to ensure what's been common but unchallenged practice: that they retain control over billions in schools' bond revenue.
 
 
Courtesy Oakland Unified School District
President Bill Clinton and his daughter, Chelsea, led students Sunday in a community project aimed to spruce up an Oakland campus that is home to five schools.  
 
D. ROSS CAMERON
Young supporters of Bernie Sanders have created their own social scene with dance parties and a dating site that Hillary Clinton supporters can't match.  
 
A group of about 40 University of San Francisco students were able to escape a burning tour bus with no injuries, but they had to cut their ski trip short.  
 
Josie Lepe
A Santa Clara University meningitis survivor, his parents and his doctor tell the harrowing story of his illness and recovery.  
 
As Stanford grapples with how to prevent sexual assault on its campus after a high-profile court case involving a former swimmer, student leaders and the administration have squared off over an unlikely aspect of the thorny issue: a student survey on sexual violence.  
 
This is a statement Friday from the Danville/ San Ramon Valley chapter of PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) concerning the community discussion of the Windemere Ranch Middle School 'Acceptance Week' program:The Danville/ San Ramon Valley PFLAG Chapter fully supports the  
 
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Review: 'Satchmo' goes behind Louis Armstrong's happy facade

The solo show 'Satchmo' by Terry Teachout depicts jazz legend Louis Armstrong reflecting on his bittersweet life and music; it plays at American Conservatory Theater through Feb. 7