Hundreds of right-wing protesters and counter-protesters faced off in Portland, Oregon on Saturday, shouting chants like, “USA, USA,” and “Whose streets? Our streets!” at each other across a barrier of police in riot gear.
By Molly Enking
In Portland, Oregon, a program called Right to Return aims to atone for the repeated displacement of thousands of African-American families from the city. Amna Nawaz and producer Mike Fritz explore how it's all playing out, as part of our…
By Amna Nawaz, Mike Fritz
PORTLAND, Ore. — When Oregon lawmakers created the state's legal marijuana program, they had one goal in mind above all else: to convince illicit pot growers to leave the black market.
By Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press
As many as 400 Oregon residents are estimated to die prematurely every year from exposure to diesel exhaust, a toxic carcinogen and a contributor to climate change. While new vehicles have emission requirements, there are no regulations for the older…
By Cat Wise
By PBS NewsHour
Statues of Confederate leaders have been removed in the night, torn down by protesters and seen as a flash point for communities, especially in the South. What challenges do cities face when trying to deal with controversial memorials, as well…
By Roni Dengler
Heat waves are burning up the West Coast. Here’s why things are so toasty right now.
By PBS NewsHour
What is it like to be a conservative woman trying to find your voice in a city known for its progressive politics? The NewsHour's Elizabeth Flock wrote an in-depth profile of Trump supporters living in Portland, Oregon, the second half…
Join the NewsHour on Twitter this Thursday at 1 p.m. EDT to answer questions over how political beliefs can divide certain communities in the country.
Two men were fatally stabbed Friday in Portland, Oregon, as they defended two women against a white supremacist's anti-Muslim tirade.
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