The Bad Thing About the DH
Dennis Nyback muses on the ever-changing American pastime.
How Germany’s Journalists Built a Crowdfunding Campaign to Save Russia’s Meduza
One of Russia’s last independent news sites lost 30,000 donors due to economic sanctions. Here’s how it was rescued.
Gaelic Sport Comes to Shoreline Stadium This Saturday
Gaelic sport comes to Seattle this weekend to spread the love. Omar Willey writes.
Three Tacoma Police Officers Charged With Murder Of Manuel Ellis
Mark Taylor-Canfield reports on the Manuel Ellis police murder trial.
SPD Issues Dispersal Order After They Had Already Attacked Protesters
Mark Taylor-Canfield gets gassed again so you don’t have to in this latest entry.
The United States of Floyd
Nathan Vass provides some context for you.
Through the Tear Gas: Police Fire Flash Grenades and Gas at Cal Anderson
Mark Taylor-Canfield gives you video from his coverage of protests in Seattle.
Why FIFA’s Reform Proposals Could Damage African Football
In soccer what’s good for FIFA’s European business is not necessarily good for Africa.
Blame Over Justice: The Human Toll of the Navy’s Relentless Push to Punish One of Its Own
Navy Cmdr. Bryce Benson accepted responsibility for the deadly crash of the USS Fitzgerald and was told, “That’s done now.” But when another ship crashed, the Navy decided to charge him with murder. Megan Rose writes.
Last Rights: Making Sense of the Supreme Court’s Series of Death Penalty Rulings
Death penalty rulings are becoming one of the clearest examples of the ideological divide in the SCOTUS. Joe Sexton talks with NYT law correspondent Adam Liptak to find out what’s going on.
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