When Jennifer Teege stumbled upon a book in a Hamburg library seven years ago, the biracial German woman who was given up for adoption as a child was stunned to discover a deep family secret that shook her to the core.
A man poured water onto a freezing road to try to fool police officers into thinking the cause of his drunken car crash was black ice, authorities said.
Jazz is bursting out all over this week in the Seattle area. Anat Cohen, hands down the best clarinetist in jazz, appears with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra and Christian McBride and Pharoah Sanders each play at Jazz Alley.
A new and sudden wave of entrepreneurs, moneyed investors and urban dwellers who’ve rediscovered the neighborhood in recent years, has come along and made the place sparkle with possibility. It’s a not-so-quiet renaissance.
Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop, Seattle’s second marijuana store, faces one less legal obstacle.
I’m pleased to see the Obama administration make an effort to revamp and expand the Center for Strategic Counterterrorism Communications as digital propaganda becomes more potent ["Hostage’s parents launch social-media bid to free son held in Syria," Nation & World, Feb. 5]. However,
Bored with February? Fed up with rock skiing in the Cascades? Get out of town. Here are three ideas to get you on the road:
Federal officials say two women with guns in their handbags have been stopped at checkpoints within 90 minutes of each other at John F. Kennedy Airport.
An index designed to predict the future health of the U.S. economy rose in January by the smallest amount in five months, indicating the economy's momentum may have slowed a bit.
A movie review of “McFarland, USA”: Kevin Costner’s latest sports movie, based on a 1987 high-school cross-country running team, stays on track. Rating: 3 stars out of 4.
Shiite Arab militias have flooded into northern Iraq's Kirkuk region to help Kurdish forces battle the Islamic State group, but their uneasy alliance threatens to reignite a much older conflict over the oil-rich area pitting the largely autonomous Kurds against the Arab-led government in Baghdad.
A Gothic hip-hop artist who did illegal cosmetic surgery on the side boasted at her murder trial Thursday that her body sculpting work was so popular she was dubbed "the Michelangelo of buttocks injections."
The most interesting cuisine on Phinney Ridge, with an ambitious bar program.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell sharply last week, a sign that a recent string of strong job gains may continue.
Hundreds of products are being pulled from store shelves after traces of peanut were found in cumin spice -- a life-threatening danger to some people with peanut allergies.
Kristin Hannah’s novel “The Nightingale” tells the story of two sisters who take different paths, both fraught with danger, during the Nazi occupation of France. Hannah appears in February at several area locations, including Feb. 24 at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park.
Bainbridge Island author Kristin Hannah’s new novel “The Nightingale” is being praised as one of this spring’s picks for readers. She talks about her inspiration for her harrowing novel of two sisters in occupied France.
Candles lit up the plaza of a central Arizona courthouse and pictures of Kayla Mueller appeared on screens before hundreds of people gathered to honor the international aid worker taken hostage by Islamic State militants.
A week after Seattle general manager John Schneider first said publicly that running back Marshawn Lynch is mulling retirement, the situation still remains murky.