The United States’ justifications were in a formal letter for the United Nations explaining its actions.
Former Husky will continue as sideline reporter for UW football games.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has, again, denied aid for individuals who suffered losses in this summer’s Carlton complex wildfire.
Ashesi University -- the Ghanaian school started by a Microsoft veteran and funded partly by Seattle-area donors -- has a bold new goal.
BY SCOTT HANSON, SEATTLE TIMES STAFF
MLS playoff dates were announced Tuesday, and Sounders FC’s road game against fading Dallas on Wednesday is a potential conference semifinal matchup in the West.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman says the 30-team league has no immediate plans to expand and adjust its unbalanced conference alignment.
Many Arab states fear direct retaliation by the Islamic State; others worry about inflaming homegrown extremists or do not want to act in ways that will advance the agenda of their regional rivals.
Tickets are available for Thursday’s opening championship round, but those are expected to sell out quickly.
The pervasive blocking of the Web, along with other problems like severe air pollution in China’s urban centers, has led some businesses to transfer employees to regional hubs with more open and speedier Internets, like Singapore. More companies are considering similar moves.
In his guest column, Mark Lindquist’s disingenuous ploy for government worker privacy masks the prosecutor’s self-interest ["Why the privacy of a public employee’s cellphone matters," Opinion, Sept. 15].
A man was arrested Tuesday after he fired a gun and tried to lure children into his car in South Seattle, police said.
The grown-ups are taking over in the debate about end-of-life care, writes syndicated columnist Froma Harrop.
Tacoma-based Simpson Lumber has hired a financial adviser to explore the possibility of selling the company, which has 800 workers and mills in Tacoma, Longview and Shelton and in the Southeast.
Starbucks said Tuesday it will take full ownership of its Japanese joint venture for $913 million, buying out its longtime partner and increasing its presence in its second-largest market by store sales. The move comes as the Seattle coffee giant increasingly banks on international growth.
Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign emphasized her experience, competence and preparation to become president. Her 2016 pitch could be simpler: She'd be the first female president.
Get in free to Washington's national parks, state parks and national forest sites this Saturday, Sept. 27, in honor of National Public Lands Day.
A federal judge in Utah on Tuesday tossed a lawsuit brought by snowboarders against one of the last ski resorts in the country to prohibit their sport, ruling that boarders don't have a constitutional right to practice their sport at the private resort.
Felix Hernandez will try to keep the Mariners' fading playoff hopes alive tonight at the Rogers Centre. The Mariners are at must-win level right now. The Blue Jays will be going with one-time Mariner and knuckleballer R.A. Dickey.