Two men are killed on a Portland light rail train by a passenger on a racist, xenophobic rant.
Washington state looks at fighting climate change without help from the feds after President Trump pulls the U.S. out of the Paris climate deal.
The debate over campus politics comes to Evergreen State College.
And Seattle moves closer to taxing pop, but lets diet soda drinkers off the hook.
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Get caught up on this week's news:
- NPR: After stabbing, Portland's mayor wants two right-wing demonstrations cancelled
- Seattle Times: Diet drinks excluded as Seattle soda tax moves toward final City Council vote
- Seattle Times: Evergreen State College closes after 'direct threat to campus safety'
Our panel this week: