San Francisco reports rise in hate crimes; popular Jewish cafe defaced with anti-Semitic phrases

Fox News Flash top headlines for June 10 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on San Francisco has seen an increase of hate crimes this year, with an average of one crime reported every five and a half days, according to new numbers from

Mets’ Francisco Lindor ‘not quite there’ in fixing frustrating swing issue

More On: new york mets The shadow hanging over Hawks’ bid to take down Knicks Ex-Yankees manager’s lie about superstar is nonsensical Mets may get key bat back very soon Familiar names solidifying Mets bullpen If nothing else, Francisco Lindor’s first 43 games in a Mets uniform have offered an

San Francisco Bay Area to begin month-long COVID-19 lockdown

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Mets should avoid Francisco Lindor trade temptation: Sherman

Steve Cohen’s money is valuable. Of course it is. But it has significance now in a greater way because of how the Mets are constructed. The Mets are depth challenged at the upper minor leagues. Thus, they should be keeping as much — if not all — of their major-league

San Francisco cancels gay pride parade over coronavirus fears

For the first time since its inception, San Francisco announced its famed gay pride parade and festivities, held on June 27 and 28, will be canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. “Uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has intensified in recent weeks, and the organization has concluded that the

San Francisco 49ers' Richard Sherman pays off $27G in school lunch debt

Fox News Flash top headlines for Nov. 30 Fox News Flash top headlines for Nov. 30 are here. Check out what’s clicking on San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman kicked off the holiday season by helping middle school students who've had some trouble paying for meals at school. He