Our sources and reporters speak on a special episode of Trump, Inc.
When Portland Monthly and ProPublica published a story detailing three women's accounts of sexual misconduct by Gordon Sondland, Portland and the US responded. (Sondland denies the allegations.)
Three women recall Sondland made unwanted sexual contact in business settings. One says he exposed himself and that, later, she fell over the back of a couch trying to escape him. All recall professional retaliation after they rejected him.
Julia Silverman, Kelly Clarke, Fiona McCann, Maryam Jameel, and Doris Burke
Long Story Short
When you’re mayor, you are your brother’s (and sister’s) keeper.
Screen time for Hitler?
A menstrual equity movement born in Portland goes national
After the White House initially blocked Gordon Sondland's testimony, he's been served.
Gordon Sondland—the US Ambassador to the EU—also runs some of the most popular boutique hotels in Portland.
Save the Planet
Swap out that single-use plastic for locally made, reusable goods...OR ELSE.
Light a Fire
The Innovation Law Lab has become a national leader taking on immigrant cases.
He talks Senate reform, his presidency bid, and hearing from sobbing mothers at our country’s migration camps.
Regina Ingabire wants everyone to know what to do when the shaking stops.
Over the course of 15 years, the Portland suburb has gained, lost, and regained city status. Where does it stand today?
And to keep those hikes from going higher, the state will chip in nearly $1 billion over the next two years.
Hostile design can prevent someone from pitching a tent. But some say the urban design trend just creates more problems.
If Municipal Broadband PDX succeeds, it will follow in the footsteps of Hillsboro, Sandy, even tiny Maupin, Oregon.
Oregonians forked over $12 billion last year on slim chances to win big. Here’s how our state lottery plans to keep feeding that habit.
“These are not intractable problems. They can be solved.”
That would mean no more long commutes from Narita Airport come summer 2020—just in time for the Tokyo Olympics.
Last week, Alabama signed into law the most restrictive abortion measures in the nation.
Portland Monthly Staff