6 things to do in Seattle this weekend

Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor If you’ve ever wanted to see China’s Terracotta Warriors, now is your chance. Head to the Pacific Science Center…

The speech that led to the bloodshed at UW

As provocative Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos entertained a crowd in a University of Washington lecture hall Friday night, protesters and supporters clashed outside. In the melee,…

A visit to Seattle’s most controversial homeless camp

When Mayor Ed Murray announced his plans to open three new homeless encampments throughout Seattle 18 months ago, the strongest opposition came out of the usually…

Clinton organizer wonders if she’ll be deported by Trump

As a Latina woman, Graciela Nuñez is a part of one of the least represented demographics in the field of politics, but that has never…

‘They voted to ruin people’s lives’ — students on Trump’s win

On the night of Nov. 9, hundreds of students marched through the streets of Seattle. To the din of “Not my president” and “Pussy grabs…

Local CEO and immigrant wants to make citizenship easier

Richard Romero began his career in banking at just 17 years old. Back then he went by his birth name, ‘Ricardo,’ but on his first…

Seattle attorney faces his life as ‘the devil’s defender’

At 6-foot-6, John Henry Browne towers over everyone in his plush Pioneer-Square office. His neat suit hides the barbed-wire tattoo inked on his right forearm, and…