Ever since its founding document proclaimed that “all men are created equal,” the supply of status in America has been inadequate. Any method to appropriate distinction, even though mispronunciation, will flourish.
The left politics of Portland has not picked up more support beyond the city, in trying to primary Blue Dog Rep. Schrader, any more than Seattle’s litmus-test left.
Given the challenge, tents everywhere in parks throughout the city, a sense of resignation was not surprising. But there are fixes and many other cities have found them.
The coastal plain has been subject to a 40-year struggle. It is vital to existence of the 100,000-plus animals of the Porcupine herd, but Alaska politicians have long sought to drill in the Refuge.
Wanting to play badminton one day in his Bainbridge back yard, but lacking a shuttlecock, Joel Pritchard substituted a whiffle ball and fashioned some small wooden rackets.
In Seattle, the Times is reducing its rented space from four floors to one, but that does not reflect any cuts in personnel so much as the new hybrid work model.
"The nonprofit sector must immediately lean away from the precedent of empowering white leaders to act on behalf of Black and Brown people. Period."
The Olympic Peninsula has become a living laboratory of efforts to restore and reestablish fish runs.
Growing up, I thought Christianity was really — boiled down — about being a good person. Actually it’s not about that.
Choose your own background music. Private bathroom very handy. Social distancing easily arranged.
The legal effort to keep the federal archives close at hand, led by Attorney General Bob Ferguson, scores an important partial victory.
The lowest-profile lawmaker in Washington’s Congressional Delegation, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Wash., briefly occupied the national spotlight Friday night and Saturday morning. She “outed” an angry exchange between then-President Trump and House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Maggie was famous for passing major legislation, as well as for his malaprops. He referred to French President Pompidou as "Poopidou."
Our bonding became evident among our Congressional colleagues, who took notice of how our friendships transcended the usual political norms on the House floor. This was before the rise of the Moral Majority and its politicizing of the evangelical community,
Himalayan glacier disaster highlights climate change risks, shouts the headline; and it’s only one of many similar which the Associated Press has pumped down...
The Freedom Caucus says it will fight what Fortunato calls “some of the most radical agendas in Washington history,” pushed by Democrats.
The secret to Amazon's dominance, the author argues, is shrewd exploitation of sorta-legal loopholes. Loopholes can be closed.
The challenger is Rep. Brad Klippert, a Benton County deputy sheriff best known for a electoral-college-style proposal to shift votes to Eastern Washington.
The progressive lane for mayor and the vacant council seat is getting crowded, and the center-left lane has not recruited strong candidates.
More likely, Bezos is following the path of Bill Gates, finding his passion in solving some of the world's mighty problems.
Girard's sweeping theory meshes with the all-against-all world of tech tinged with apocalyptic twilight and Freud's Totem and Taboo.
Getting our city back economically is vital to our overall recovery from this pandemic catastrophe. That will take all of us moving together, not sniping for political advantage.
Forbes has a long story on Portland, Oregon, probing whether the city has shot itself in the foot by all those protests, poor political...
Trump will go down as “a great president,” said national radio host Dennis Prager, quickly adding a caveat: “Great presidents have great flaws.” He added one wish for the exiled 45th president: “I wish, instead of a new party, Donald Trump will create a new Internet.”
A televised Senate trial is almost as good as Twitter for the muzzled Don.
A tech-savvy progressive firebrand, Nguyen, 37, came from basically nowhere to beat Constantine’s chosen candidate in the 2018 race for Constantine's old seat in the state Senate.
That the board did not select an experienced superintendent as the interim, as is typically done, likely indicates that the board wants to take charge.
Can we reduce "genius" to an equation? Here's the fun story of the Yale professor who tried.
Wigmore is streaming full-cost concerts, and donated money is rolling in. But this is far from a sustainable model for this musical mecca.
Trump's press conferences were performances for his media-hating base. Biden's are back to normal, which is not to say that the new President will find them smooth sailing.