Waiting for the Bullet

LATE LAST WEEK, the D.C. advocacy group Center for Public Integrity (CPI) published a leaked copy of a closely held Justice Department secret: the draft… Continue reading

Ellen Skugstad still doesn't know when she can bring Pia Marie home.

Waiting in Cambodia

Seattle is at the center of an international adoption controversy that's preventing families from bringing their children home.

Ellen Skugstad still doesn't know when she can bring Pia Marie home.

Walden College Reunion

Send listings two weeks in advance to info@seattleweekly.com.Greg Mortenson A climber of mountains and founder of schools, Mortenson will explain—through the use of slides and… Continue reading

Wanna-Be Bad Girl!

The Situation: Hot German boy comes to party after semester of flirting; e-mails me the next day wanting to hang out. Set date for the… Continue reading

Want Food With That?

Malt or Mall Friendly?Don Scheidt has a grudge against the Elysian brewpub, here in Seattle. How else to explain his omission of the Elysian and… Continue reading

  • Oct 9, 2006

Want Wards? Move to N.Y.

Seattle's elected-at-large City Council ain't broke.

Cary Hayden, a third-generation construction worker, has worked all across the country.

Wanted: More Hard Hats

The well-paying construction trades anticipate a shortage of workers, but hard work is a tough sell in this high-tech age.

Cary Hayden, a third-generation construction worker, has worked all across the country.
War and liberty

War and liberty

Civil liberties are threatened after Sept. 11.

War and liberty

War and taxes

WILL OSAMA bin Laden's jihad trump Tim Eyman's tax- cutting crusade?With the U.S. at war, government services seem more imperative, which could spell defeat at… Continue reading

Sixteen hundred layoffs, and counting!

War bucks

Politicians urge us to spend locally.

Sixteen hundred layoffs, and counting!

War Correspondence

How local news outlets are covering the conflict.

Bombs away.

War Heads

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

Bombs away.
Housing provider Sharon Lee accuses the county of threatening her.

War of the do-gooders

Charges of illegal meddling by County Exec's office fly over sale of two Pioneer Square buildings to artists' group.

Housing provider Sharon Lee accuses the county of threatening her.
Site of the former mosque on East Union Street.

War of the Worlds

Are terrorists in our midst?

Site of the former mosque on East Union Street.
War of tugs

War of tugs

Oil spill crusaders finally get their rescue boats—sort of.

War of tugs

War on the Plateau

King County Council member Brian Derdowski's latest opponent blames him for growth.

War on the War on Drugs

Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 2005

Novelist Tom Robbins: "America is a young country and it has been exhibiting all the characteristics of an adolescent bully."

War or Peace?

Local notables take their stands.

Novelist Tom Robbins: "America is a young country and it has been exhibiting all the characteristics of an adolescent bully."
War stories

War stories

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

War stories

War Torn

Hill of stones behind the houseslanted ceiling closing inconfined to the edge and wide awakehe hears a voice inside the wallsignal him, it wants to… Continue reading