When it comes to accountability, the stakes are high in the city’s upcoming negotiations with its largest police union.
As smoke travels, it can cause illness and economic hardship thousands of miles away.
From a phone performance to a socially distanced film shoot with strangers, the show goes on very differently these days.
Worried voters are attempting to register multiple times online. Elections officials say that just slows down the process.
A florist, an arcade and a mall say it’s adapt or disappear in the pandemic economy.
Transportation, parks and utilities take major hits as the mayor’s budget faces controversy over whose needs will be prioritized.
Dr. Samantha Allen, a contributing columnist, is the author of Real Queer America: LGBT Stories from Red States.
As we debate the Supreme Court nominee, let’s remember: Many LGBTQ people are religious, and many religions have affirmed their rights.
Katie Wilson, a contributing columnist, is the General Secretary of the Transit Riders Union.
From cash assistance to rent cancellation, practical ideas for dealing with mounting debt.
Hilary Franz has served as Washington’s commissioner of public lands since 2017. She leads our state’s wildfire fighting force.
Mike Stevens is the Washington state director of The Nature Conservancy.
Mark Doumit is executive director of the Washington Forest Protection Association.
Unhealthy forests and a changing climate brought on this season's wildfires — but lawmakers can help.
Director Jeff Orlowski discusses the problem with social media and how climate change helped him understand it.
Jacob Ward, host of 'Hacking Your Mind,' tells us why humans are so easily manipulated by corporations and politicians, and what we can do about it.
NBC News journalist Jacob Soboroff talks about Trump’s zero tolerance immigration policy, its origins and its possible return.
Reader-driven questions answered by Crosscut.
From studios in the University and Fremont bridge towers, two local illustrators draw attention to the region's history.
Patience Malaba works with advocates to develop affordable housing that also reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
We're relaunching our Elections newsletter to keep readers informed ahead of casting their ballots on Nov. 3.
Emerging scientific evidence shows they may be at risk of respiratory and heart illness, and maybe even cancer.
The tribe seeks to stop gravel mining near a historic village and burial ground. The litigation could change the way tribal sites can be developed.
A member of the Makah tribe writes that losing salmon is akin to losing her identity.
Patsy Doherty, an enrolled member of the Makah Tribe, has served on the Makah Tribal Council.
For many tenants here and across the country, back rent is piling up, and the problem will likely get worse.
From the practice of law to the practice of living, the extraordinary justice stayed focused on the tasks at hand.
Liz Porter, the Charles I. Stone Professor of Law at University of Washington School of Law, clerked for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2002.