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The Coe School blaze leaves no answers—just new questions and a shake-up in Seattle's arson investigations.
CALL IT A RETURN to the New Normalcy. America's might roared off to pound Kandahar, a place 99 percent of Americans had never heard of… Continue reading
These first ugly Americans bequeathed hubris, self-righteousness, and double standards.
A neglected loophole in the state tax code.
Maury Island has the gravel Sea-Tac's runway needs. It also has arsenic-laden soil, a vulnerable aquifer, and some very worried islanders.
The 'New Carissa' crack-up and other near-disasters show why rescue tugs are needed, and why they might not be enough.
Sound Transit jettisons Northgate, Southcenter, and North Capitol Hill, and passes a cautious rail plan. Maybe we don't have to give up so much...
ANOTHER YEAR, another wallow in journalistic retrospection. Sure as bowl games and supersales follow the holidays, so does another annual rite of excess: journalistic reviews… Continue reading
No matter how many of its 11 nominations ROTK converts into statuary on Sunday night, here's one it doesn't deserve.
WHAT DO WE ink-stained and cybershocked wretches crave almost as much as money? "Impact"—reassurance that our words not only get read but also have some… Continue reading
Three hundred and sixty-four days ago, this column invited readers to predict the grand, glorious, ignominious events of 1999. (You do remember 1999, don't you?… Continue reading