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A year-by-year look at Murray’s mayoral tenure.
Murray dropping out of the race allows the courts to seek justice while we seek a leader.
The move comes more than a month after sex abuse allegations against the mayor emerged.
And more than two dozen were arrested during an anti-pipeline action Monday.
The labor activist will run on an anti-Wall Street platform.
The mayor can’t just transfer his $200,000 in campaign contributions to another candidate.
The operation was allegedly making hundreds of thousands of dollars by prostituting Asian sex workers.
Council is prepping for an expected influx of privately-owned rent-a-bikes you can park anywhere.
Government lawyers are citing national security while denying the defendants’ requests for testimony from CIA officials they say directed the interrogation program they devised.
The bigots called them names, drove away, drove back, threw a bottle, waived a gun, and drove away again.
Joshua Dukes says what led to his being shot is bigger than a Glock.
Some constituents suspect House Republicans allowed him to vote “no” as a political ploy.
A judge today ruled that Lincoln Beauregard is abusing the courts for publicity.
The mayor’s response to allegations that he raped minors has drawn more criticism than the allegations themselves.
Reichert votes “no.”
A group of legislators is asking the attorney general if such a thing is possible.
The aerospace company has eliminated 7,500 Washington state jobs in the last year. If the layoffs continue, say some Republicans and Democrats, the state should curtail the 2013 deal.
The city attorney’s office denies the claims.
When it comes to making our tax system more fair, there’s no time like the present.
It’s the only way to escape gridlock. But is it worth it?