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Washington's senators ponder the Democratic debacle, Bush's terror card, and—a Bill Clinton bridge to the future?
An appraisal of the hazards of driving while phoning.
What you should know about megapixels and other camera benchmarks.
Not even Al Gore can get shippers to accept tug protection against oil spills. Here come the storms—and one last hope.
A cop-turned-legislator joins Olympia's growing movement for drug treatment and sentencing sanity.
Bush names sub-cabinet talent—and himself.
ONE MEDIA CRITIC, Liz Swasey, won't cry if and when Disney/ABC drops Nightline for Late Night With David Letterman. Her reason: On June 20, 1991,… Continue reading
As reclusive murk dwellers go, 20-foot-long bluntnose six-gill sharks are impressive critters—impressive enough to make local TV go gaga over the "discovery" of them in… Continue reading
DON'T TELL ME about the pit bull press. As watchdogs go, we're a snaggle-toothed, knock-kneed old hound that can barely hobble down the front steps… Continue reading
Will the Coast Guard balk at funding an oil-spill-prevention tug at Neah Bay?
IT'S BECOMING a familiar spectacle around here: A ship steams into port with a once-magnificent fin whale wrapped around its bulbous bow floats, like a… Continue reading
Something about Initiative 696, the "Ban All Nets" measure on November's ballot, must cloud people's minds. Like mine: Two weeks ago, I referred to it… Continue reading
IN THE IMPERIAL heyday of London's Fleet Street papers, a train wreck was said to be worth reporting if it killed "50 frogs, 500 wogs,… Continue reading
The lose-lose war at Neah Bay.