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Rarely thanked at the time, Vietnam vets made contributions to the nation and those who followed.
Re-entry into society is often difficult for veterans. We need to meet their needs from the start.
There are limits to President Trump’s ability to avoid scrutiny by pardoning Manafort and others.
The U.S. Department of Education found that many WGU courses don’t meet standards of instruction.
About 10 percent of minorities are included in clinical trials but are 40 percent of the population.
The Nobel for peace brings focus on work to urge nations to abandon their suicidal game of chicken.
How you speak about women matters, especially when you’re with other men. Talk less and listen more.
Laws regarding gun registration, public carry and more were around long before the Second Amendment.
Even experienced, prepared hikers sometimes must rely on fellow hikers, rangers and rescue crews.
Schools have been encouraged teach tribal history since 2005; in 2015 it became mandatory.
The $535 million in additional revenue now projected won’t cover the budget’s optimistic forecast.
If you want to send thoughts, send them to lawmakers to give us all sensible gun regulations.
When Marysville’s school superintendent heard news of a shooting, she didn’t hesitate to go there.
Delay of the cleanup of a Weyerhaeuser mill site is holding back economic development.
The bill was a threat to millions. Congress should be discouraged from drafting anything similar.
If you want to see your money used most effectively, do a little research into charities first.
Social media has increased the opportunities to talk about suicide, and with it our responsibilty.
Retail sale of cannabis is up to Snohomish voters, and there are reasons to support it.
Tying corporate tax reform to profit-sharing would provide a fairer share for the middle class.
You are, for starters. But there are things that credit agencies could do to secure your data.