In the latest quarterly data from the Federal Reserve, which tracks residential real estate, home-equity holdings across the country rose by $177 billion, down sharply from the previous quarter. So how does this affect you?
The school shooting in Marysville and its aftermath offer a stark look into how distressed teens use social media to share problems they might previously have discussed with a school counselor. Increasingly, Facebook, Tumblr and similar websites are trying to meet young people where they live.
Dante Pettis, a freshman receiver for the Huskies, had an 87-yard punt return for a touchdown, Washington’s first punt-return TD since 2003. But Pettis also made some big plays at wide receiver on Saturday against Colorado.
Initiative 1351 on Tuesday’s ballot would lower average class sizes, but also boost hiring of all the other employees that make a school run, from the principal to the groundskeeper. The initiative leaves it up to the Legislature to find the money.
New Zealand’s All Blacks made their American opponent mostly blue, turning what was billed as a rugby exhibition into a clinic on their way to a 74-6 victory before a crowd of 61,500 at Soldier Field in Chicago.
While the current edition of the Seahawks have long fed off the doubts of others, they’ve rarely doubted themselves. But after beating Carolina, some of the Seahawks admitted that they just might have needed a little self-affirmation, which they could also get against the Raiders.
Shaq Thompson says he still has the soul of a linebacker. Fortunately, Thompson has found a way to translate that aggression into his new role at running back, because it doesn’t look like he’s going anywhere else any time soon.
Washington quarterback Cyler Miles, back from a concussion, was 13 of 19 for 206 yards and two touchdowns with two fumbles in the Huskies' 38-23 victory at Colorado on Saturday. Here's what Miles, a sophomore from Centennial, Colo., said after the game: