As the moratorium nears expiration, landlords prepare to sue the state to roll back pandemic housing protections.
City council members and community groups are pushing for a third way to help people in crisis, which may involve some firefighters.
In the state with the most regressive tax system in the country, the Seattle City Council is weighing options for taxing large corporations.
Inequities in our society have been laid bare by the pandemic. Bold action is required.
Built around the principle of mutual aid, the Unemployed Citizens League organized to help the poor and influence local politics.
Young adults aging out of foster care face unique challenges in normal times, say advocates. Now, they face even greater risks.
Reporter David Kroman discusses the impacts of widespread need, the government's response and a possible new era of empathy.
Crosscut is collecting questions from readers to help shape a conversation between Soledad O’Brien and Miles O’Brien about homelessness and coronavirus in Seattle.
As one of King County's largest shelter providers moves clients into a hotel, advocates seek to avoid a return to the status quo.
In 300 words, community leaders offer ideas to soften the economic blow caused by coronavirus.
The state Legislature approved nearly $16 million in new funding last week, but the effort may come up short in fixing an overwhelmed system.
Homelessness, transportation, climate change, Boeing among the main themes in Olympia.
When the pandemic subsides, then we can take on the homelessness crisis.
If this is what it takes to secure a Section 8 housing voucher, it's no wonder voters are embracing socialism.
The growing divide between federal disability income and rent is leading more people into homelessness.
The public wants its representatives to act. These bills in Olympia could help.