The progressive-socialist coalition tightens its grip on the city council.
Addiction and decriminalization fuel a West Coast shoplifting boom.
Asian-Americans in Washington State are beginning to rebel against progressive orthodoxy on “diversity, equity, and inclusion.”
A new faction emerges in city politics.
A compassionate policy is reducing street homelessness in Burien, Washington.
In some blue cities, a divide is opening between an activist political elite and liberal—but more pragmatic—voters.
A series of random stabbings in Seattle reveals a broken social order.
Lessons on addiction and mental illness from a rural Italian village.
Opioids are fueling homelessness on the West Coast.
Seattle is overwhelmed by garbage and filth, but the city’s leaders won’t admit it.