Greg Mortenson doesn't want to talk about his best-selling "Three Cups of Tea" book, but everybody else does -- including his own charity.
9th Circuit judges say Naval Criminal Investigative Service has routinely probed the computers of civilians in Washington and elsewhere looking for evidence of crimes.
From nonprofit organizations mobilizing health workers and prevention campaigns to hospitals sending supplies, foundations securing grants for drug development and individual nurses volunteering on the ground, the Pacific Northwest is stepping up in the fight against Ebola.
The state’s legal recreational marijuana market is expected to bring in about $636 million in taxes to state coffers through the middle of 2019, according to an economic forecast released Thursday.
WASHINGTON -- Making good on her threat Tuesday, Sen. Maria Cantwell has introduced a bill to deny tax-exempt status to sports leagues that allow its franchise teams to use the term "redskins."
The Seattle Thunderbirds open the Western Hockey League season at Portland on Friday, then play host to Everett on Saturday in the Silvertips’ first game.
Though it did not claim the title of biggest initial public offering ever, Alibaba will still lay claim to having held one of the biggest stock sales on record, surpassing offerings from Facebook and General Motors.
The busiest terminal at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport was on lockdown for more than three hours Thursday as police searched for a suspect in a shooting in nearby Tempe before making the arrest.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club voted overwhelmingly to admit its first female members.
Documents released in the past week detail how the society’s loose policies led to employees buying laptops and cellphones with state money — and an Amazon Prime membership.
A man picked 15 straight NFL winners on a $5 bet in the Delaware Sports Lottery last weekend, but came up short for a windfall.
Mayor Ed Murray is proposing an ordinance that would reserve a percentage of work on projects of $5 million and more for people who live in local ZIP codes with high concentrations of poverty and unemployment.
KING 5’s owner is close to signing a long-term lease that would move the television station’s headquarters from South Lake Union to the Sodo neighborhood across from Safeco Field, say real-estate sources.
Officials in a joint investigation believe that a 9-year-old boy who has been missing since late August may be traveling with his father on a sailboat somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, the FBI said on Thursday.
Jim Nantz, CBS’s longtime announcer, has plenty of Seahawks and Seattle sports history, thanks to being Fred Couples’ former college roommate.
You need a good business plan, people: OK, a lack of preparedness by applicants isn't the only reason there's only one pot store operating in Seattle, but the retail marijuana biz isn't going smoothly due to a number of factors, including a lack of supply, limited locations, and red tape.
Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson met the media today. And when he did, I asked him about a statement he makes the video below, which is a promotional video for his recent Men's Health cover.
Remember the guy who was nicknamed “D.B. Tuber” after he knocked off an armored car in Monroe and escaped via inner tube? He’s out of prison and telling his story of addiction and crime in the hopes it will help others.
In the deal, the 21-year-old Bellevue company brings its travel-expense software and cloud presence to one of the largest business software companies in the world.