This Is How People Can Actually Afford to Live in Seattle
"If I was trying to save money and live where I live, I literally couldn’t go out and do anything.”
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
The Oil Industry Spent Millions to Kill an Anti-Pollution Measure
BP America, Chevron USA, and the Koch brothers were among those who spent $31 million to defeat the ballot initiative.
Washington's Newly Signed Voting Rights Act Empowers Communities of Color
The state admitted to weakening Latino votes based on racist practices. Now, it's committed to change.
Here Are the Trump Country House Seats Democrats Are Trying to Retake
The latest installment of our preview of battleground districts in the 2018 midterms.
I Set a Defendant Free And Got Blamed When He Raped Someone
A judge explains how he decides whether to release someone before trial without bail—and how it can go bad.
This State Will Alert Domestic Violence Victims if Their Abuser Tries to Buy a Gun
Advocates explain how the legislation helps survivors of domestic violence better plan for their own safety and the safety of those closest to them.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Using a Blowtorch to Rob an ATM Apparently Doesn't Work
Some would-be crooks in Washington tried and turned all the cash to ash.
Scientists Teamed Up With Microsoft to Make Wolverine-Luring Skunk Bombs
Wolverines may be critically threatened in the American Northwest.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Trump angers China by questioning Taiwan policy, GOP senators want bipartisan probe into Russian election meddling, 'La La Land' wins big at the Critics' Choice Awards, and more.
Washington State Lawmakers Proposes Bill to Permit Guns In Stadiums
The bill's authors clearly feel that guns seem like a good idea in stadiums.
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Why a Single Crab Has West Coast Researchers Worried
An invasive European green crab was found in Washington State's inland waters for the first time.
Neuroscientists Find a Possible Off Switch for Booze Tolerance
A drug called THIP turns hard-drinking mice into teetotalers without apparent side effects.