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Seattle is at the center of an international adoption controversy that's preventing families from bringing their children home.
Seattle's elected-at-large City Council ain't broke.
The well-paying construction trades anticipate a shortage of workers, but hard work is a tough sell in this high-tech age.
Civil liberties are threatened after Sept. 11.
Politicians urge us to spend locally.
How local news outlets are covering the conflict.
I think I'm most proud to be an American when the country rises up as one to defeat a common enemy. No one matches the… Continue reading
Charges of illegal meddling by County Exec's office fly over sale of two Pioneer Square buildings to artists' group.
Are terrorists in our midst?
Oil spill crusaders finally get their rescue boats—sort of.
King County Council member Brian Derdowski's latest opponent blames him for growth.
Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 2005
Local notables take their stands.
AFTER THE PLANES hit the towers, you couldn't buy a New York Times in my neighborhood; even with some outlets getting the maximum triple allotment,… Continue reading
The powers that be push for a software consumer nonprotection act.