How far should the government go to protect “net neutrality” — the popular idea that Internet service providers shouldn’t manipulate or slow data moving across its networks?
Eric Holder and President Obama have lived both halves of Robert F. Kennedy’s parable, writes syndicated columnist E.J. Dionne Jr.
Housing costs are going up in Seattle, but the city is at a critical moment when smart decisions and planning can keep costs in check even as thousands of new residents arrive.
Those in healthy relationships cannot begin to fathom all the aspects of an abusive relationship, writes guest columnist Cathy Aldrich.
With harvest time across California, many of the state's once-robust crops -- from the grapes that make world-famous wines to popular almonds -- are anticipated to be smaller than usual this year due to the state's historic drought.
Woodinville came away with the win of the week, upsetting No. 2 Skyline on the road with a 26-23 win. The Falcons improve to 3-1 and 2-1 in KingCo.
The Mercer Island School District will be closed Monday, officials said in a statement Sunday afternoon, based on tests of water samples collected Saturday and procedures needed to sanitize school facilities effectively. Check for updates early Monday on the district's website.
An Idaho woman who disappeared last week has been found, disoriented but alive, in the small Mississippi town where her father was once a minister in the 1960s.
To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect in the football game between Kent-Meridian and Kentlake Friday at French Field.
House Speaker John Boehner says the United States may have "no choice" but to send American troops to fight Islamic State group militants if President Barack Obama's strategy fails to destroy the extremist group.
Sonny Gray threw a six-hitter to win for the first time in five September starts, Josh Reddick had an RBI triple and Oakland beat the Texas Rangers 4-0 Sunday to clinch the American League’s second wild card.
Charlie Weis arrived at Kansas full of bravado, promising dramatic changes within the long-suffering program. Players were dismissed, offenses and defenses were scrapped. Assistant coaches were hired, fired or simply reassigned.
Well, here we go. It's game 162 and the Mariners are playing for a chance to keep playing. If you would've told me that they'd be in this scenario back in spring training, I might have questioned your sanity, sobriety or intelligence.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman appeared on NFL Network's NFL GameDay Morning show as a guest analyst and had a couple of interesting quotes the NFL Network passed along:
After a night of exquisite tension, of heart-rending disappointment, of near-agony and ultimate exhilaration, the Mariners live to play another day with postseason hopes still intact.
Austin Jackson beat out an attempted double play in the bottom of the 11th inning, allowing Brad Miller to score from third base and give the Mariners’ a 2-1 win.
Judging by the pictures posted on his Twitter account, it appears as if Dejounte Murray had a good time this weekend during his official visit at Washington. He also posed with David Crisp, the former Rainier Beach High standout.
Facing criticism about the handling of recent abuse cases, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spent three hours Saturday night visiting the headquarters of the National Domestic Violence Hotline and getting an up-close look at the realities victims face.
Elton John served up hit after hit in his show at KeyArena Saturday night, to the clear delight of the audience. The nearly three-hour performance drew heavily from his landmark 1973 album “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” (reissued in a lavish box set earlier this year). John’s set