With residents fed up by the homelessness crisis, city leaders and their allies coordinate a PR campaign to convince them that everything is fine.
Seattle residents are losing patience with the city’s out-of-control homelessness problem.
Washington State legislators might soon legalize homeless encampments on streets, sidewalks, and parks.
Seattle’s suburbs eagerly accept Microsoft’s $500 million investment for affordable housing—but Seattle itself is not interested.
A new trend in criminal-justice reform rationalizes stealing.
Record numbers of homeless people are occupying the city’s public spaces, despite massive government spending to fight the problem.
Citizens of the ultra-progressive city have lost patience with political leaders’ failure to address the homelessness crisis.