Nordstrom axes over 300 jobs in crime-ridden San Francisco – as city loses HALF of its downtown retailers due to out-of-control theft

According to official filings, a total of 379 jobs will be cut at the department store, which is in the Westfield San Francisco Centre shopping mall, and the Nordstrom Rack outlet a few doors down.

Shocking moment woman throws BRICK at San Francisco Mayor London Breed for vowing to crack down on violent crime and open-air drugs market

Mayor London Breed was hosting an open-air hearing at United Nations Plaza on Tuesday to discuss the city’s drug crisis before it had to be cut short following disruption. A woman threw a brick towards Breed’s podium and it struck a high school student who was presenting flags for the meeting. San Francisco police arrested the suspect, identified as 26-year-old Elysia Katet, and she was charged with child endangerment and assault with a deadly weapon.

  1. Nov 9, 2021San Franciscans face about a 1-in-16 chance each year of being a victim of property or violent crime, which makes the city more dangerous than 98 percent of US cities, both small and large. To put this in perspective, Compton, California, the infamous home of drug gang turf wars, and which today remains more dangerous than 90 percent of all US cities, is almost twice as safe as San Francisco.
  2. The San Francisco Police Deaprtment publishes data and reports summarizing local crime. SFPD takes these crimes seriously and allocates resources toward deterrence and investigations. By collaborating with community members, San Francisco businesses and other law enforcement agencies, SFPD is addressing crime through education, prevention and …

The NIH-published study that exposes the gulf between trans athletes and women in sports: Male-to-female transitioners are faster, stronger and fitter than most women even AFTER taking hormone drugs

The 'trans advantage' in women's sports explained

A major review quietly published by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) last August suggests that early exposure to testosterone means trans women possess at least eight physical and mental attributes that could give them an advantage in sports – even if they make the change relatively early. Findings showed trans women had greater muscle mass and bone density, which aid strength, power and durability, plus bigger lungs and higher oxygen levels, which help with endurance, as well as increased connections in the brain responsible for spatial awareness, which could help with agility.