News & Comment

For Republicans Backing Trumpcare, Ignoring Is Bliss

Rep. Dave Reichert and his cohort haven’t been listening to concerns raised by the flawed Republican health care plan, but we have.

Priced Out of Seattle, a New Generation Looks to the ‘Burbs

What young people gain, and lose, when they leave the city.

King County Makes ICE’s Hall of Shame — And Is Not Ashamed

DHS released a list of places that won’t cooperate with ICE requests. King County couldn’t be prouder.

A Visit to the Jungle, A Year After the Murders

The greenbelt shows some signs of improvement, but still suffers from neglect.

As State Department Program Ends, 12 Seattle-Area Yemenis Face Return to War-Torn Nation

Their stay in the U.S. was extended because of the civil war in Yemen, but the extension ends in June.

Racial Epithets Fly Outside Uncle Ike’s: A Blow-By-Blow of Saturday’s Anti-Gentrification March

A protest for black lives and affordable rents turned ugly after a detour to the pot store.

Educators, Students Press School Board to Scrap “Whitewashed” History Lessons

The School Board is open to it. But the funding issue looms.

Protests Against Umoja Eviction Continue

Protesters vow a Black Lives Matter march in the Central District on Saturday.

The Rise and Fall of Lorenzo Romar

The University of Washington men’s basketball coach brought pride to Hec Ed. Then came the losses. And, finally, the end.

Protesters, Police Scuffle at Eviction of Umoja PEACE Center

The center is just one of many iconic black Central District locations facing displacement.

Jay Inslee Says 700,000 Will Lose Coverage Under the Republican Health Care Plan

The Dem says the Republican plan is worse than simply just repealing Obamacare.