Twenty-six visitors from nations around the globe are spending two weeks at a training center at Hanford to learn more about the emerging field of nuclear forensics, potentially preventing nuclear proliferation and acts of nuclear terrorism.
It's not just longstanding battles over taxes and curbing mandatory spending that are obstacles to a year-end pact on the budget. Another problem is a perception among some lawmakers that the automatic spending cuts known as sequestration haven't been as harsh as advertised.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that the major powers were unified on an Iran nuclear deal during weekend talks in Geneva but the Iranians were unable to accept it. He also said critics of the diplomatic effort should withhold their comments until a deal is reached.
Police arrested a man shortly after three people were stabbed near City Hall Park in Seattle Monday night. Seattle Fire Lt. Sue Stangl said two men were in serious condition and one had minor injuries when they were taken to Harborview Medical Center from Fourth Avenue and Dilling Way just befo
Boeing Machinists contract vote Wednesday is expected to be close. That’s interesting, because the head of the union said last week that Boeing’s offer was ‘crap.’ Apples everywhere: It’s easy to forget for folks here on the Western side of the mountains just how huge t
Incumbent Kevin Wallace’s lead over Steve Kasner in a Bellevue City Council race was cut to 222 votes in the last ballot count. With another count coming Tuesday afternoon, Kasner says he is on “pins and needles.”
The family of a Kirkland man who went to The Philippines last week for his 50th birthday is hoping he evacuated Tacloban by the time Typhoon Hayain decimated the city on Friday. Dianna Schneider of Rochester had no idea where her missing brother, Gregg Anderson was until an e-mail he wrote to a co-w