Kerry Kennedy has joined farmworkers protesting outside Wendy's shareholder meeting in New York City.
Honda and the U.S. Auto Club have announced a multi-year partnership that will make Honda the title sponsor of several midget racing series.
For decades, people have been getting rid of cockroaches by setting out bait mixed with poison. But in the late 1980s, in an apartment test kitchen in Florida, something went very wrong.
The Northwest Folklife Festival offers the usual round of world music, bluegrass, fiddlers, folk dance, ethnic dance and “indie folk” this year, with the added attraction of a cultural focus on jobs and labor, “Washington Works.” A highlight is a “Rosie the Riveter&rdqu
The LPGA Tour is going to use as much of the flooded Ocean Club course as it can for its inaugural trip to the Bahamas.
Seattle Times recommendations for week two of the 2013 Seattle International Film Festival include the thought-provoking thriller “The East” and the Kathleen Hanna documentary “The Punk Singer.”
Two games in six days going back-and-forth to Southern California was going to be enough of a travel challenge for the Seattle Sounders. Then U.S. Soccer decided to throw a major detour into the Sounders travel plans.
Gov. Jay Inslee and most statewide elected officials and lawmakers won't get a pay raise this year, but judges will see a salary hike under the salary schedule adopted by the Washington Citizen's Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials.
The man who famously put down his Big Mac to help rescue three women held captive for a decade in an Ohio house will never have to pay for another burger in his hometown.
The eastern New Mexico peanut butter plant shuttered eight months ago after a salmonella outbreak is back in production, and company officials say their coveted natural and organic butters could be back on store shelves within a month.
After years of struggling, Gap is back in style.
President Barack Obama was interrupted three times by a woman who shouted about drones and detainees in Cuba as he delivered a speech on national security.
I’m not exactly on vacation this weekend — will be popping in and out of SIFF — but am taking a few days away from the blog. Back on Tuesday! In the meantime, a few tidbits to nibble: Here’s a touching article about Chaz Ebert (Roger’s widow) returning to the Cannes Fil
Catch a robber, get a pizza: Actually 200 pizzas go to the person who helps track down the robber who held up a pizza restaurant in Spokane yesterday. Mama mia that’s a lot of pies. UPDATE: 12 p.m. | Young woman shot in Renton park has died: It stemmed from a fight bet
Officials in the Turks and Caicos Islands have recovered $19.5 million and more than 2,500 acres (1,000 hectares) of real estate as they continue to seize assets improperly obtained by corrupt politicians.
Third-seeded Alize Cornet and Canadian teenager Eugenie Bouchard won in straight sets Thursday to reach the semifinals of the Strasbourg International.
A newly discovered novel by the late Nobel Prize-winning author Pearl S. Buck is to be released this fall.
A criminal court in Macedonia's capital has sentenced 86 employees of a road management company to prison terms ranging from eight months to more than six years for involvement in a massive highway toll scam.
Election officials in the Cayman Islands say the opposition party has won nine of 18 seats, one short of a majority needed to control the British territory's legislature.
Lea Michele has stories to share about the many auditions she has passed.