• The Trump administration is dropping its fight to put a citizenship question on the 2020 Census. SF City Attorney Dennis Herrera issued a statement Tuesday afternoon calling this "a triumph for all Americans." [New York Times]
  • Sen. Kamala Harris is now polling at just 2 percent behind Biden in a new post-debate poll. She's in second place, with Sen. Elizabeth Warren now in third, in a Quinnipiac University poll of Democratic and Democratic leaning voters. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The Federal Communications Commission wants to San Francisco's two-year-old Article 52, which makes it illegal for landlords in multi-unit buildings to dictate which broadband service provider tenants must use. The FCC wants to create national standards that encourage more broadband deployment. [Chronicle]
  • Algerian citizen Athmane Oukal has been arrested for vehicular manslaughter in connection with a collision at SFO Monday that claimed one life. The 46-year-old's vehicle struck three people in the arrivals area of the International terminal, and one of them has died. [CBS SF]
  • The Exploratorium sent a crew down to Chile to provide a live video stream of today's solar eclipse. [KRON 4]
  • A vehicle fire on 101 in San Jose this afternoon sparked a 30-acre vegetation fire that's being called the Coyote Fire. [CBS SF]
  • There was plenty of Twitter reaction to the president's absurd comments about homeless problems in San Francisco and LA going back "two years." [ABC 7]
  • California just launched a state-sponsored retirement plan for those employers who don't provide one. [Associated Press]

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