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The Federal Communications Commission's debate over ownership rules comes to Seattle.
Artist conflict and a court ruling open another chapter in Michael Robertson's saga.
Local firms get in on the Homeland Act.
Downtown poor take another social services hit.
Woodland Park stumbles on the way to a more entertainment-oriented makeover.
The Terminator is such a tool (against democracy).
WHY DWELL on the couch? Because the couch, more than the eyes, is the window to the soul. Ask people about their couch and you… Continue reading
Washington state set national precedents with progressive policies offering women "morning-after" pills. Despite grassroots PR—and legislation—many women still don't know of the drugs or how to get them.
The city's ambitious construction program of new libraries, community centers, and parks proceeds despite recession.
Even federal law may not beat the bookstore chains.
Can't navigate? It's not your fault—honest.
The reasons are almost as numerous as the teachers, parents, and principals who wanted the superintendent ousted.
IT'S NOT LIKE it's some novel concept for established musicians to genre-jump. After all, we now know three Eric Claptons: the decadently drugged-out rocker, the… Continue reading
Inside this building is a painting that was stolen from a Jewish family by the Nazis.
May. 25-31, 2005
Recent books offer yoga enlightenment from the animal kingdomdogs, elephants, and men.
Senate Republican leader Jim West talks sweet but plays rough.
Trained trackers can teach you the art of solving nature's mysteries—and human ones, too.