Guest Opinion: The Seattle City Council member wants colleagues to publicly condemn Israel’s actions in Gaza and call for an end to U.S. military aid. Is that what the Council should be focused on?READ MORE 48 COMMENTS
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- Bertha: Wasting money while the Viaduct risks grow? (28)
- New city transportation head: Can he match the city's goals with its resources? (33)
- Seattle City Light's little nuclear share (16)
- Primary tallies spell trouble for Democrats (19)
- Seattle's dizzying change? Get used to it (23)
- Kshama Sawant’s anti-Israel campaign (48)
- Want to change international climate change policy? Use your body. (10)
- The puzzling state of Washington's economy (8)
- The Daily Troll: Microhousing gets a setback. A pitch for housing families. Bill Gates ices himself for Lou Gehrig's disease. (11)
- Too much? A movie gives us an inside view of poverty (3)
Jewish Voice for Peace protests Boeing's supplying of weapons to Israel, but is the group representative of any significant local change?READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
We can't afford to walk away from Iraq. A look at how we got here and where we might go next.READ MORE 39 COMMENTS
But do world leaders pay attention to the real lessons from the loss of up to 85 million lives?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
A new film places a young Seattle-educated Ecuadorian at the center of a conflict over energy, the environment and people's rights.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Holy Names Academy grad has addressed nuclear and peace issues working in Japan and at the United Nations.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Students in Washington State and around the world are locked in a passionate debate over whether colleges should divest from Israel as a protest over the country's treatment of Palestinians.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
The Central Puget Sound region officially became one of six metropolitan areas to join the Brookings Institute's economic development consortium.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: While we work to improve education for our own children, we can also do some good elsewhere.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Crimea requires a serious response from the West.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Police chief is out. Rodman gets hot about N. Korea question. Alzheimer's leads to Senate resignation.
Ownership change at Bellingham's proposed coal port. Bellevue goes lefty? Vintage state patrol car to roll again.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A German journalist says Seattle isn't the only place where minimum wage has labor in a fighting mood.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
As news of Nelson Mandela's death spread, worshippers gathered at St. George’s Cathedral in central Cape Town. Crosscut's Eugene Carlson was there and sends this report.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The leader who changed Africa's history and inspired the world also faced down a world health problem.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A Burke Museum cultural exchange brings Filipinos here to the Suquamish reservation to learn about culture and ethnography. But they've got their own tricks up their sleeve.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
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