Week in Review: NFL takes a knee, Washington takes on Big Pharma
Some NFL players took a knee or sat during the national anthem. The Seahawks stayed in their locker room. Other players stood and locked arms. What does it all matter if the fans tune them out?
Also, Facebook says it will get tougher on fake Russian campaign ads, but what is our responsibility to consume media smartly?
And Washington state sues the maker of OxyContin, but pharmaceutical companies say they don't deserve all the blame because it's doctors who over-prescribed and patients who over-used.
Get caught up on the news:
- Seattle Times: Why the Seahawks decided to stay in the locker room during Sunday's anthem
- Crosscut: Worth millions: Seattle mayoral candidates discuss their wealth
- Seattle Times: Washington state AG Bob Ferguson, Seattle sue OxyContin maker over opioid deaths
Our panel this week: