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ICE Gets Arrest Figures Wrong For Operation Targeting Sanctuary Cities. Then It Gets Them Wrong Again.
Over two days, the immigration agency sent out a series of erroneous press releases trying to talk tough against cities like Seattle.
Human rights groups are decrying the action.
Managers know parking will be a problem, but say solutions are on their way.
Bob Ferguson and Pete Holmes want to reclaim more than a decade of drug profits from Purdue, among others.
The mayoral candidate’s husband is the lead architect, meaning she’d have to recuse herself from oversight on the two-million-square-foot project.
But they didn’t ask for testimony from the transportation committee members who negotiated the bill.
The order follows revelations that the FBI is investigating SPD officers for working as private enforcers at parking lots and construction sites.
We have not yet reached the threshold where violence is the answer, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t one.
President Donald Trump “never misses a chance to polarize America,” Inslee says.
His budget would increase funding for sexual abuse programs and homeless sweeps.
Born after the election, the group hosts dinners for non-Muslims to come, eat, and ask questions.
An icon of the CD officially gives way to new development. It closes on September 30.
Homeland Security confirmed what the Secretary of State already knew.
The council scrapped plans for a quick and easy replacement after rowdy leftists cried foul.
Backers say it would give non-establishment candidates more of a shot at power.
Former Ed Murray advisor Scott Lindsay credits himself with reforming homeless evictions.
The suit against GEO Group alleges violations of Washington state minimum wage law.
DeVos is the first Trump cabinet member to appear publicly in Washington.
The Center will hold a meeting next week to discuss reconstruction efforts.
His two-month tenure presents a unique opportunity to do the right thing.