For the third time the state Supreme Court has heard oral arguments on a question of capital punishment in the case of Joseph McEnroe and Michele Anderson, who are accused of killing six members of Anderson’s family in Carnation on Christmas Eve in 2007.
Tiger Woods was back on the PGA Tour for the first time in more than three months Thursday and said he felt “fantastic.”
The court for the first time recognized a president’s right to make appointments without Senate consent when Congress is in an extended recess in a two-year session. Justices said Obama couldn’t make appointments during pro forma sessions with absent senators and no business being done
As filmmaker Doug Block sat in a coffee shop talking about his "112 Weddings" documentary, a stranger interrupted him to talk -- at great length -- about the state of her marriage.
The Mariners’ Logan Morrison has 11 hits in his past 34 at-bats, including a two-home run game earlier this week. Morrison missed a long stretch early in his first season with the Mariners because of a hamstring injury.
The Supreme Court unanimously struck down the 35-foot protest-free zone outside abortion clinics in Massachusetts Thursday, declaring it an unconstitutional restraint on the free-speech rights of protesters.
New reprints of books about World War I, including works by Siegfried Sassoon, Vera Brittain, Gabriel Chevallier and others feature a soldier’s eye view of a bloody, terrible, seemingly never-ending war.
I can’t stop thinking about why 400 kids are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border by themselves every day, writes guest columnist Cesario Lobos Fajardo.
I am confused by the actions of Skagit Valley berry grower Sakuma Brothers Farms regarding farmworker housing [“Sakuma Brothers berry growers to pay $850,000 settlement,” Local News, June 12]. Newspaper reports credit Steve Sakuma saying that they began offering housing for farmworker fa
Obama’s penchant for muddling along on foreign policy, with restraint, is hurting him politically. But that’s our weakness more than his, writes syndicated columnist
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling and a decision to expand a Pacific Ocean preserve combine to keep environmental protection pointed ahead.
Take your pick of places all over the city that serve craft brews, boutique wines, cocktails.
Investigators believe the missing Malaysia Airlines plane flew on autopilot for hours before crashing into a remote part of the Indian Ocean, Australian officials said Thursday as they announced another shift in the search area for the jet.
A Seattle police officer has been relieved of duty after a use-of-force incident involving a handcuffed woman, the department announced tonight.
The officers, who are suing to block reforms to curtail excessive force and biased policing, filed court papers in response to the city’s contention that there is a related case before another judge.
Reduced to 10 men for over half the match, Belgium still beat South Korea 1-0 on Thursday to finish atop of Group H and eliminate the last Asian team from the World Cup.
Mick Jagger can’t get no soccer satisfaction, either.
Problems with conveyor system delays sneak preview of 17-story water slide in Kansas City; may delay Sunday opening.
A former police officer suspected in the deaths of two women whose bodies were stuffed into suitcases and discarded on a rural Wisconsin highway met his victims online, in one case possibly through a bondage website, according to police and a criminal complaint.
Tickets are now on sale for a series of American comedy classics at SAM (July 10-Aug. 14); and the documentary “Lady Be Good,” which follows the musical contributions of American women in jazz, will show Saturday, June 28, at Rainier Valley Cultural Center.