The subjects were assigned to one of two rooms: 68 degrees or a sweat-inducing 86 degrees. Then they were told to play a computer game that can bring out the worst in human nature.
The extremist views behind the Jan. 6 insurrection have a long history right here in the Pacific Northwest.
Bryce Andrews grew up obsessed with the cowboy lifestyle. As a kid his parents would drive him from Seattle to Montana, where he shot his first guns on the prairie with his godfather. He eventually moved out to the Montana countryside, a city boy trying to fit in as a ranch hand.
During the 1980s and 1990s, detectives struggled to catch the suspect known as the Green River Killer. But according to some new investigative reporting, the Washington State Crime Lab overlooked some key evidence that could have linked Gary Ridgway to the killings as far back as the 1980s, before he took more lives.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with Insider’s Katherine Long, The Seattle Times Jonathan Martin, and Everett Herald’s Isabella Breda.
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Seattle Met Deputy Editor Allison Williams, South Seattle Emerald Publisher and Seattle Times columnist Marcus Green, and New York Times technology correspondent Karen Weise.
After multiple fatal shootings around Seattle that left at least five people dead, Mayor Jenny Durkan said that the city must support its police officers to keep up with the pace of crime. Durkan also highlighted new legislation she’s proposed to curb gun violence.
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Converge Media founder Omari Salisbury, Kiro-7 TV political reporter Essex Porter, and KUOW reporter David Hyde.
Many people across the country felt relief yesterday following the guilty verdicts against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. But many also felt conflicted about what the moment meant to them.