Blue Devils roll past Wolfpack in ACC tournament quarterfinal
A look at the careers of the semifinalists in the event at Chambers Bay.
Justices cite concerns over courts that impose uncollectable fines and fees on poor defendants, saying it impedes their ability to re-enter society and adds to recidivism
If the European Tour player qualifies for the June 18-21 U.S. Open, he would have a big edge in experience at the University Place course.
A new longhouse-style building on the University of Washington campus fulfills a four-decade-old request.
As part of his quest to play for 10 teams in five Cactus League games Thursday, the comedian and actor took the field in the bottom of the second inning as the Mariners’ second baseman.
Injuries on the Highway 99 tunnel project are increasing, according to state figures.
The release of the rules, which regulate broadband Internet service as a public utility, had been eagerly anticipated by advocates and lawmakers, as well as broadband and technology companies.
The forces that appeared to have cornered the last Islamic State fighters in central Tikrit are dominated by Iranian military advisers, Shiite militias are all Iranian trained, and the offensive is being directed by Iran’s most influential general, Qasem Soleimani.
The inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security is investigating the March 4 episode, which involved Mark Connolly, the second-in-command on President Obama’s personal protective detail, and George Ogilvie, a top supervisor in the Washington field office.
Just months ago, advocates of stricter gun laws hailed the election victory of expanded gun-purchase background checks as momentum to push more gun laws through the Capitol. But neither they nor gun-rights supporters have had much success in pushing their proposals.
With his family in the stands and facing his favorite childhood team, and with Will Ferrell playing behind him at second base, the right-hander allows one run in three innings in a loss to the A’s.
Thirty-nine people helped raise more than $29,000 in a hair-shaving event for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a national organization that helps fund childhood-cancer research.
23andMe, the Google-backed genetic-testing startup that popularized a $99 DNA spit test, will expand from screening people for diseases to inventing new medicine to cure them.
Belgium was casting around for a design for a 2-euro coin that would feature an image of the monument that marks the battlefield at Waterloo where, on June 18, 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte’s forces were defeated.
Only three bills have made it to Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk to be signed into law. The work that remains to be done includes the budget and expensive transportation and education proposals.
The 25-year-old left-hander undergoes Tommy John surgery.
The music world is starting to see the value in making room for exercise in musicians’ daily practice regimen.
Dennis Lehane’s thrilling “World Gone By” completes the story of Joe Coughlin, a Florida gangster trying to go straight in the midst of the chaos of World War II. Lehane reads Monday, March 16, at Seattle’s Elliott Bay Book Co.
Four Seattle gallerists — James Harris, Greg Kucera, Robert Yoder and Mariane Ibrahim — trekked to New York recently for The Armory Show and its satellites, fairs that allow them to exhibit works to tens of thousands of people.