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Tens of thousands take to Seattle’s streets to support the #MeToo movement and marginalized communities.
Democratic legislators are pushing a number of bills to make voting easier.
Second record, Third Daughter.
The move comes more than a month after sex abuse allegations against the mayor emerged.
Ten tips on taking to the streets and changing the world.
The platform, strategies, victories, and future of Seattle’s growing movement.
Amazon, the biggest retailer of web-connected microphones, works for the CIA. Should that bother you?
In considering a homeless tax levy, Seattle must avoid the typical pro-tax/anti-tax battle lines.
As the Trump administration indicates increased enforcement of federal law, an industry shudders and local politicians prepare for a showdown.
The rideshare app Moovn comes with a humanitarian credo its founder hopes will resonate with customers.
The mayor has made his faith a central part of his public persona. But the Church has not always been an easy institution for the gay, liberal politician to be a part of.
A safe bike lane on a deadly stretch of road comes after more than a decade of obstruction.
Who watches the watchmen? Not body cams, warns ACLU-WA, unless they come with tougher policies.
Following an anti-Obama playbook to fight Trump.
Making sense of the Socialist rainbow.
A bill that would have made it possible to convict cops who make bad kills died in committee.
He says it will help the city raise $16 million for education services for students of color.
Where many see gloom, the mayor pointed out the good.
Nearly 3,000 people are serving life sentences in Washington prisons. Should they be offered a chance at freedom?
Marc Hokoana, who turned himself in following the shooting, is seen calming his wife in YouTube clip.