Washington lawmakers adjourned their 105-day legislative session Sunday without coming to an agreement on a new two-year budget, and Gov. Jay Inslee quickly called them to return again in two weeks to complete the work.
An interview with Gregory Martin, author of “Stories for Boys,” this year’s choice for the Washington Center for the Book/Seattle Public Library’s Seattle Reads program.
Australia's government has revealed its tax revenue has continued to fall in recent months as company profits declined and the mining boom that kept the nation out of recession cools.
America's blacks voted at a higher rate than other minority groups in 2012 and by most measures surpassed the white turnout for the first time, reflecting a deeply polarized presidential election in which blacks strongly supported Barack Obama while many whites stayed home.
Final decision still weeks away
Monday looms as a big day in the Seattle/Sacramento battle over the Kings as the NBA’s Relocation/Finance Committee will meet via teleconference to make a recommendation. Here’s a story detailing what what is expected to happen. Also tonight, Sacramento Bee columnist Ailene Voisin
State funding for pre-kindergarten programs had its largest drop ever last year and states are now spending less per child than they did a decade ago, according to a report released Monday.
* * * The primary consequence of a bye week was inevitable: Last place Sounders FC would fall further behind many of its Western Conference rivals in the standings. Los Angeles and Portland earned big road wins. Others that earned a point were FC Dalla
Federal Reserve vice-chair Janet Yellen, widely seen as a logical candidate to replace Ben Bernanke if he steps down next January, would be the first woman to head a major central bank.
The consensus among analysts seems to be that Microsoft is a company in transition, experiencing growing pains and pockets of great promise as it moves from dominance in a world centered on Windows and PCs to becoming a company that delivers services and devices.
Data from studies can be helpful in solving problems, if you’re aware of pitfalls.
For four straight games, the San Antonio Spurs showed off all the teamwork and tenacity that the Los Angeles Lakers lacked all season long.
Carlos Ruiz set out from Pennsylvania on Saturday night for a 125-mile drive to New York City, where he could finally rejoin the Philadelphia...
The naturalists who interpret the sights seen from the ferries on the Alaska Marine Highway System are being eliminated this year on all but one of the 11 vessels.
Sunday’s tentative agreement on a proposed reworking of DUI laws sends state legislators home with a symbolic show of bipartisanship before they begin the special session, where they’ll have to resolve many more differences.
Young local filmmakers Leo Pfeifer and Chase Crittenden sit down with Nicole Brodeur to talk movies and the NFFTY film festival.
The findings from the 2012 presidential vote reflect a polarized election in which blacks strongly supported President Obama while many whites stayed home.
South Korea is preparing to pull out its last remaining nationals from a shuttered factory park in North Korea and empty out the complex for the first time since its 2004 opening.
Thailand's 85-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej is recovering from mild lung inflammation that caused a fever.