Chinese and Australian planes on Monday spotted several objects in an area identified by multiple satellite images as containing possible debris from the missing Malaysian airliner, boosting hopes the frustrating search in the southern Indian Ocean could turn up more clues to the jet's fate.
The Seattle Times' Sunday editorial discussed how the Affordable Care Act has the potential to reduce health disparities across Washington state and King County.
A collection of John Lennon's drawings and manuscripts is going up for auction.
Alan Thacker wants health coverage, but he can't get help in his home state of Georgia. Mary Moscarello Gutierrez no longer can afford insurance in New Jersey. Justin Thompson of Utah refuses to be forced into the president's health law.
Ten planes were sent out Monday to search waters of the southern Indian Ocean any trace of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. A summary of the latest information in the investigation:
A little more than half of the veterans who got college money under the GI Bill since 2009 eventually graduated, though many took longer to do it, a new study estimates.
The Obama administration and its opponents are renewing the Supreme Court battle over President Barack Obama's health care law in a case that pits the religious rights of employers against the rights of women to the birth control of their choice.
Ukraine's acting president says the country's troops stationed in Crimea will be pulled from the region after it was annexed by Russia.
Viewers of "The Good Wife" were gobsmacked by the sudden, unexpected death of its dashing attorney, Will Gardner, on Sunday's episode of the CBS legal drama.
Hope is diminishing for relatives anxious for word of missing loved ones believed to be buried beneath tons of mud and debris in the Oso mudslide.
Not long after Turkey's prime minister imposed a ban on Twitter, Internet users in Turkey went on -- what else? -- Twitter to find ways to circumvent the blockade. Twitter Inc. and Turkish news media also shared some tips, as did Turkish residents through low-tech means such as graffiti and street posters.
A Malaysia Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur to Seoul has made an emergency landing in Hong Kong after a generator failed.
Reinforced doors with keypad entries. Body scanners and pat-downs. Elaborate crew maneuvers when a pilot has to use the restroom. All those tactics are designed to keep dangerous people out of the cockpit. But what if the pilot is the problem?
If the 2014 NCAA basketball tournament has taught us anything, it's that, as they say about the stock market, past performance is not indicative of future results. Herewith, those who prospered and those for whom the clock ran out over the first weekend:
A 29-year University of Washington study examines the lasting consequences of gang membership.
The Treasury Department says Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew will undergo surgery Tuesday to treat a benign enlarged prostate.
During a media briefing Sunday night, Travis Hots, chief of Snohomish County Fire districts 21 and 22, confirmed that the number of dead had reached eight. When pressed for the number of missing, Hots said it was estimated at a dozen, but he said the number is fluid.
Gonzaga’s season comes to an end after top-seeded Arizona gets off to a fast start and keeps the Bulldogs at bay. The Wildcats advance to the Sweet 16.
Nicotine, in its potent, liquid form — extracted from tobacco and tinctured with a cocktail of flavorings, colorings and assorted chemicals — is hitting markets nationwide to feed the fast-growing electronic cigarette industry.
Slides are part of our geologic heritage in the Pacific Northwest, but it’s almost impossible to tell when a slope is primed to fail.