Spain's ex-PM Adolfo Suarez, who guided the nation through the turbulent years following the death of fascist dictator Francisco Franco, has died at 81.
MANALAPAN, N.J. (AP) — Police say a New Jersey man who drove his minivan off a road, through a fence and into a swimming pool may have suffered a medical episode before the deadly accident occurred.
The UK-based international celebrity magazine, OK!, has launched a new edition in Pakistan - an apparently unlikely location for an upmarket, global, publication.
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou has defended a trade agreement with China that would allow more Chinese investment on the island.
A "toxic mix" of rising demand and decreasing funds is putting general practice at risk of "extinction", says the head of the Royal College of GPs.
The article about Seattle Symphony recordings would have been even more interesting and relevant by telling more about our local recording history [“Seattle Symphony launches its own recording label,” seattletimes.com, March 19].
Seattle Times readers rant about marijuana smokers who throw their butts on the ground and rave about generous strangers.
Anorexia is more than a diet gone too far. It is about much more than food, as it very frequently goes hand in hand with substance abuse or psychosocial disorders, such as depression or anxiety.
You can get small amounts of vitamin D from foods such as fish, eggs and fortified milk, but it’s hard for people living in Western Washington to get enough vitamin D without taking a supplement.
The new book “Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster” documents the cascading catastrophes that led to three nuclear meltdowns at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan in 2011 and warns that the sequence of events could happen anywhere.
People’s Pharmacy on statins, blood pressure and “facial dandruff.”
“Raising Steam,” Terry Pratchett’s 40th installment in his “Discworld” series, is a delightful fantasy sendup of politics, economics and finance, as the Discworld gets a railway and complications ensue.
In their new book “A Sliver of Light,” three Americans who spent more than two years imprisoned or detained in Iran tell their story. Shane Bauer, Josh Fattal and Sarah Shourd will appear at Town Hall Seattle on Wednesday, March 26.
In his novel “All Our Names,” writer Dinaw Mengestu chronicles the relationship two people, a young African man and an American social worker, have with a mysterious figure named Isaac. Mengestu appears March 25 at the Seattle Public Library.
“Words of Radiance” by Brandon Sanderson tops the national best-sellers fiction category, and Mark Hyman’s “The Blood Sugar Solution: 10-Day Detox Diet” tops the nonfiction category.
Seattle dance troupe zoe | juniper combines the talents of choreographer Zoe Scofield and visual artist Juniper Shuey, who are also wife and husband. Their new show, “BeginAgain,” plays On the Boards, March 27-30, 2014.
TV picks for Sunday, March 23, 2014, include “Resurrection” on ABC, “The Simpsons” on Fox and “The Good Wife” on CBS.