Do your homework on State Dept. website, and consider using a visa-services company. You’ll have to pay extra, but it can be worth it.
The officer had said he feared for his life because the man took his stun gun in a scuffle after a traffic stop Saturday. A video, however, shows the officer firing eight times as the man fled.
Readers rave about grandmother, assembling furniture, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and Alaska Airlines, rant about loud music on public transit, tent caterpillars, callous dad and people who don’t clean up after their dogs
Juno Therapeutics has agreed to lease three or more floors of an 11-story biotechnology building Alexandria Real Estate plans in South Lake Union as its future headquarters.
A medication that does one thing for people does not necessarily do the same for our pets and may even harm or kill them.
The nonpartisan Pew Research Center data, drawn from about 25,000 interviews, provide a detailed look at where the two parties stand as the race for the presidency begins to take shape.
NASA leaders described a flurry of recent discoveries that suggest we are closer than ever to figuring out where we might find life in the solar system and beyond.
A bill that would rewrite Washington’s payday lending laws to favor longer-term high-interest loans has stalled in a House committee after passing the Senate in a contentious vote.
An amphetamine-like compound that has never been tested in humans is present in a range of popular diet pills and sports supplements, a study in a pharmacological journal has found.
A review of “No Way to Treat a Lady” at Village Theatre, under Steve Tomkins’ direction.
Political and national authorities will contact travelers when they come home to China.
Trendy Japanese casual apparel retailer Uniqlo is opening a store at The Bellevue Collection in the fall, its first in the Seattle area.
Blue Origin, the Jeff Bezos-funded space company, said it has completed testing of a liquid-hydrogen engine designed in Kent and will begin experimental launches this year.
Woods will be making his first start in more than two months, since he quit during his second round at Torrey Pines in San Diego.
The latest inspection of the Alaskan Way Viaduct found new cracks, wider cracks and more ground settlement, near where tunnel-machine Bertha is set to be repaired.
Research budget carriers and trains within Europe, and consider using different airports (such as Milan instead of Rome).
New books by Seattle-area authors include a book full of Mariner facts, a new mystery by G.M. Ford and the story of a chicken who lays some pretty spectacular eggs.
New DVD releases for Tuesday, April 7, include two dramas — “A Most Violent Year,” with Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain, and “The Immigrant,” with Marion Cotillard and Joaquin Phoenix — and the thriller/comedy “Home Sweet Hell.”
City praised, greedy adults criticized over Easter egg hunt.