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Who Is Really In Charge On Portland’s Streets?

US Marshals deputized 56 Portland police officers earlier this year and won’t release them despite official requests. Now Portlanders are wondering if the police will answer to the city or the Trump administration if there are protests on Election Day.

Podcast: Why Have Hundreds Of Women Vanished From This One City?

“These women who worked in the factories in Juarez, many of whom had migrated from elsewhere in Mexico for the promise of work, were being murdered and dumped in the desert with absolute impunity, within sight of the US.”

Listen: Former “Ellen” Staffers Have Broken Their Silence

“Former employees told me that they want to see Ellen held accountable for having that public brand that does not match their behind-the-scenes experiences — and, according to what they said, quite the opposite, actually.”

How Nashville Became One Big Bachelorette Party

Over the last decade, Nashville has become one of the nation’s leading non-Vegas bachelorette party destinations. The bachelorettes are a vivid symbol of the city’s rapid gentrification — and the pitfalls of a new, “experience”-driven brand of tourism.

What Do You Do When You Run Into That One Ex?

When young artist Andrea Morales runs into her ex-girlfriend at a music show, she witnesses the unthinkable. (An excerpt from Chelsey Johnson's novel Stray City.)

16 Must See Stops Along The Pacific Coast

Taking a trip along Pacific Coast Highway? "Bring Me" found the best spots for your road trip, from San Diego all the way to Vancouver!

These Are The Victims Of The Portland Train Stabbing Attack

Ricky Best, 53, and Taliesin Namkai-Meche, 23, were killed when they tried to stop a man hurling abuse at two women of Muslim appearance, police said. Micah David-Cole Fletcher, 21, was injured but expected to survive.


If Cities Were Your Boyfriend

"Yeah...this isn't going to work out."

​Is There Anything Evan Rachel Wood Wouldn't Do?​

Actress Evan Rachel Wood sings karaoke with Beth Ditto, rolls a blunt with some grannies, and says "yes" to everything in this campaign video for Wildfang clothing. Why? Because #EvanRachelWould.

A Middle School Football Coach Tried To Plan A Party At Hooters And Lost His Job

After a coach at Oregon's Corbett Middle School refused to change the location of a party at Hooters, he lost his job. "It's unfortunate because he did a good job as a coach," the school's athletic director told BuzzFeed. "It didn't need to happen if he just changed the party's location."

Portland Mayoral Race Now Borrowing From "Portlandia"

The IFC show "Portlandia" is now even influencing the political conversation in Portland, Oregon. Mayoral candidate Eileen Brady has based a campaign ad off the show, complete with Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen look-alikes.

Portland Street Artist Celebrates Groundhog Day

It may not be an entirely accurate celebration (this Bill Murray smirk is from "Stripes"), but it's definitely righteous. Spotted Thursday afternoon on the corner of E. Burnside and 14th Ave.

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