Sen. Chris Murphy discusses the origins of gun violence in the U.S. and how the debate around this may be changing.
With COVID-19 surging, state, local and federal health officials have issued new masking recommendations for vaccinated people.
Could Seattle become like Vienna and house everyone affordably?
Plus, a closer look at some of the concerned statements made by police chiefs and sheriffs.
Pessimism rose despite more residents saying they’re likely to get vaccinated, a new Crosscut/Elway Poll finds.
Both Lorena González and Bruce Harrell come with City Hall baggage.
We’re sending your questions directly to candidates.
Now, legislators think they have a fix to bring the public-option law they passed two years ago to every county.
Housing vouchers and guaranteed income could transform our city and help suffering citizens get housed.
Gov. Jay Inslee will soon roll out a process for people to have their past charges commuted.
This guide won't tell you who to vote for, but it will help you find the candidates that best represent your needs and interests.
Three experts on religion discuss the history, the meaning and the possible hypocrisy of the unlikely union.
Allow the market to build way more housing — and build way more outside the market.
Three leading candidates take on the meaning of progress as they compete for an open seat.
Recent incidents in the region and a secession movement in Oregon show the Civil War era and its divisions still echo in the Northwest.
As he tries to become a winner on the basketball court, the LA Clippers owner has already won in the tax game.