We've seen men accused of sexual harassment, men apologizing, men denying and men being fired. What could women do besides report their behavior? And should we even be asking? We'll talk with Northwestern University professor Laura Kipnis and Ijeoma Oluo, editor-at-large for The Establishment.
Seattle regulates short-term rentals for tourists in order to save long-term housing for locals. KUOW's Paige Browning gives us an update on the city's new Airbnb rules.
Then, what can you learn from the people who say the first thing that comes to their minds? Sam Wasson stops by for a conversation about the uniquely American art form of improv comedy. His new book is “Improv Nation.”
And Seattle Times reporter Nina Shapiro is back with an update to her story about how immigration policies are playing out in one southwest Washington county. After her story ran, ICE agents detained one of the undocumented immigrants profiled in the story and reportedly told him, “you’re the one from the newspaper.”
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