Ahead of the 2020 election, Crosscut contributors helped us examine the current state of our democracy.
Our world may feel smaller, but there's still space for creativity and introspection.
Crosscut’s new Indigenous affairs reporter on her approach to the beat and stale narratives about Indigenous people in our region.
Homeless youth are difficult to interview, so stories like the one "Patrick" shared are stark, rare and hard to forget.
We're relaunching our Elections newsletter to keep readers informed ahead of casting their ballots on Nov. 3.
Crosscut editor-at-large Knute Berger connects our region's past to its present in his column, TV show and now a weekly Mossback's Den newsletter.
From conversations about corporate misinformation to meat packing, the president almost always came up on Crosscut Talks.
We all need a break, but we're not resting. And neither should you.
Democracy is at stake this November. Crosscut Opinion wants you to help shape our election coverage.
Science reporter Hannah Weinberger finds more to worry about when exploring happy orca news.
We’re working on a series that exposes how the pandemic has put a new spin on life’s biggest curveballs.
The former U.S. senator stayed fiercely loyal to the GOP, even as he rejected some of the party's more extreme positions.
Plus: Local women artists winning big
We’re sharing the demographic numbers of our newsroom as part of our Inside Crosscut transparency initiative.
From the view where a Crosscut City Hall reporter sits, here’s his quick take on what drove Chief Best to suddenly retire.
In our ongoing Isolation Diaries series, we get powerful 90-second summaries of the first months of pandemic life.