Putin’s Orphans: Reasons to fear a dark turn in Russia
by Joe Kilroy
A late night encounter on the Moscow subway hints at a rising tide of hate in Russia.
Jan 1, 2017
Obama expels Russian diplomats for interference in U.S. election
Russian Foreign Ministry says sanctions will hurt restoration of ties. Moscow denies the allegations of hacking.
Dec 29, 2016
Interfaith Christmas Eve dinner hints at a brighter 2017
by Sarah Stuteville
We live in dark times. But an annual multicultural dinner for the needy on Friday is a sight of hope behind the headlines.
Dec 23, 2016
Jesus is coming back for Christmas. But you can call him “Josh”
by Globalist Staff
What would the real Jesus do to celebrate his birthday? South Seattle's Jamil Suleman isn't afraid to dress up like the son of God to find out.
Dec 21, 2016
Redmond mosque sign vandalized for the second time in a month
by Andrew Hamlin
The sign was vandalized twice in the past month and Redmond police are investigating the incidents as possible hate crimes.
Youth Jail demonstrators confront officials at “Hate Free Zone” rally
by Marcus Harrison Green
At an event called to condemn hate speech, protesters challenged the Seattle mayor and the King County executive on the juvenile detention center.
Dec 20, 2016
Philippine Ex-President Marcos’ “hero’s burial” serves a modern agenda
by Roger Rigor
What's behind the effort to bury the demons of Ferdinand Marcos' past?
Dec 18, 2016
Photos: A cry of hope for Syria on a cold Seattle night
by Ramon Dompor
Hundreds rallied on a chilly December evening under banners like "It's time for America to overthrow Assad" and "Never again is right now."
Dec 17, 2016
Rebecca Saldaña picked to replace Jayapal in State Senate
by Venice Buhain
King County Councilmembers unanimously appointed Rebecca Saldaña, citing the importance of diverse representation in the state legislature.
Dec 13, 2016
For female mayors in Guatemala, facing discrimination is part of the job
by Global Press News Service
Of the 71 community mayors currently serving in Sololá municipality in southwestern Guatemala, only four are women.
Dec 12, 2016
Donald Trump was already my president
by K.D. Senior
As a black Bronx, New York native, a disabled veteran, and the son of an immigrant, someone like Donald Trump has always been my president.
Dec 7, 2016
Army denies Dakota pipeline permit, in victory for Native tribes
Native Americans and climate activists have protested against the oil pipeline project, saying it endangers tribal water sources and sacred sites.
Dec 4, 2016
Seattle’s contribution to Standing Rock: A new twist on the teepee
by Agatha Pacheco
Seattle "tarpees" are giving Standing Rock camps hope to survive the cold Midwest winter, despite an order from the North Dakota Governor to clear the camps.
Nov 30, 2016
Bannon role in Trump administration sets off critical firestorm
White supremacists and neo-Nazis have rarely been so enthusiastic about a presidential appointment.
Nov 16, 2016
South Asia reacts to Trump’s victory
by Jeannette Magsino
We twitter chatted with journalists from India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh to get a feel for how the world is reacting to Trump's victory.
Nov 9, 2016
Young women of color wonder what Trump presidency will bring
by Damme Getachew
And what kind of country did we have?
Election 2016 in Seattle in photos and video
by Jovelle Tamayo
The Seattle Globalist was out in Seattle election day, to capture the reactions of residents throughout the area.
Nov 8, 2016
Where was the real talk about lowering health care costs this election?
by Rachelle Parsloe
Why do Americans pay so much more for health care? The real problem neither Trump or Hillary are talking about.
U-District public restroom plan suffers from slim budgets for homeless services
by Nathalie Graham
The problems funding modest projects like a public restroom in the U District don’t bode well for big City promises to alleviate homelessness.
Nov 7, 2016