Both sides are getting their information through purposely bottlenecked media reports, and the results are predictably distorted and dangerous.
"When terror is seen as justified, I think it's inevitable that something terrible is going to happen," journalist Nancy Rommelmann told Nick Gillespie last week.
Neither does Portland. But the fact that the violence is continuous and seems to be escalating is cause for concern.
Measure 110 would reduce felony convictions for drug possession by an estimated 95 percent.
Plus: Portland eases restrictions on density, chain stores are fleeing Manhattan, and a QAnon believer is likely headed to Congress.
He Wanted To Make Some Money for School Clothes by Selling Mexican Street Corn. The Government Says He Owes $1,415 in Permit Fees.
"I just wanted to help out my community and family," said Miguel Lozano.
Judge Orders Federal Officers in Portland To Stop Harassing and Assaulting Journalists and Legal Observers
U.S. District Judge Michael Simon reminds the feds that they are bound by the First Amendment.
A president from a party supposedly committed to restraining the federal government is now sending enforcers to cities over local objections.
The federal police presence in Portland has enraged demonstrators. It's also taken pressure off the local justice center.
Plus: "learning pods" are an unfair target, COVID-19 reinfections are unlikely, and more...
Up close with the #WallofMoms on night 53 of the protests
Department of Homeland Security Reportedly Sending 150 Agents to Chicago in Expansion of Federal Crackdown
Trump and other White House officials say the feds may soon be coming to other major cities as well.
Homeland Security Acting Like 'An Occupying Army' Says Sen. Wyden, After Federal Agents Shoot Peaceful Portland Protester
Plus: Free press threats, marriage licensing woes, Fiona Apple fights for prisoners, Trump spox talk up masks, and more...
The Portland City Council has approved an emergency ordinance capping the fees delivery apps like DoorDash and Uber Eats can charge restaurants.
Making businesses close early will not stop the spread of COVID-19.
A 50-year-old precedent was tossed, which caused three justices to dissent.
But Oregon grudgingly relents. For now.
Oregon Tried To Silence This Engineer's Red Light Camera Research. Now Experts Say He Was Right All Along.
Mats Järlström's research never would have seen the light of day if the Oregon Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying had its way.
The Oregon Supreme Court says police may not grill drivers or ask to search their cars without reasonable suspicion of criminal activity.
The Oregon AFL-CIO argues that self-checkout machines are costing jobs and increasing social isolation.
It would allow adults, age 21 and older, to visit official service centers on the recommendation of a medical professional
State lawmakers end the legislative sessions by passing a bill that will allow for denser housing construction across the state.
SCOTUS wants to see anti-discrimination laws applied without religious bias.
During the 1970s, an FBI crime lab analyzed a purported sample of Bigfoot hair.
Portland's City-Owned Golf Courses a Hot Mess of Deferred Maintenance, Ballooning Pension Costs, and Falling Revenue
Rather than sell its money-losing golf courses, city officials recommend trying to sell more Portlanders on the joys of golf.
Oregon Supreme Court: Cops Can't Collaborate with Garbage Haulers to Paw Through Your Trash Without a Warrant
Police now have to get a judge's permission before they rummage through your bins.
Psychonautical Journalist Michael Pollan Says the FDA, Not Voters, Should Decide Who Gets to Use Psilocybin
The approach Pollan prefers will not get us to the destination he says he wants to reach.
While New Jersey defends its ban on self-service pumping to the death, Oregon legislators are considering allowing motorists a little more choice.
Oregon's new rent control law won't deliver on its promises.
The bill comes with new risks for tenants and property owners alike.
We trust young people to make a lot of weighty decisions. Voting should be one of them.
What constitutes a hate group isn't objective or easily defined, and Portland's resolution makes no attempt to clarify.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on Oregon's economic development agency.