Seattle City Hall needs to back off partisan meddling in minimum-wage research.
Americans should put their newfound engagement with politics and government affairs to use — by voting in upcoming elections.
Summer means hunger, as well as sunshine, for many school-aged children. You can help.
As the Legislature gets closer to a budget deal ending the McCleary school-funding saga, it must ensure local levies aren’t used to fund basic education.
There are more questions than answers about Charleena Lyles’ shooting by Seattle police. Under the federal consent decree and years of reforms, the department now...
Considering how important it is to the nation’s economy that more young people go to college and get trained for the jobs of the future,...
A new lawsuit rightly shines a spotlight on the problem of high suspension and expulsion rates for special-education students in Washington state.
A proposed initiative on the transgender-bathroom debate would be bad for schools, terrible for business and would put Washington in the vanguard of discrimination.
A blistering audit of King County’s paratransit service for the disabled reveals a shocking lack of oversight and poor performance. People depending on this service...
The potential loss of Seattle icon Ivar’s at Sea-Tac’s central terminal reveals the need for changes to the Port of Seattle’s airport concession bidding process.