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The vice president is walking a fine line on the coronavirus response.
Certification of the plane was “grossly insufficient,” investigators said.
By Deborah Netburn / Los Angeles Times Empty restaurants. Abandoned playgrounds. Schools shuttered for weeks. If the United States experiences sustained spread of the coronavirus,… Continue reading
The developer now says the demolition might take days.
Greyhound, the nation’s largest bus company, said Friday it will stop allowing Border Patrol agents without a… Continue reading
A number of deliveries are ready for Chinese customers who “cannot come to Seattle to take delivery.”
A problem with an app kept the state Democratic Party from reporting results.
The Democrats had badly wanted testimony from former National Security Adviser John Bolton.
Worldwide, the number of cases is up to 850, including one in Snohomish County.
A man in his 30s was hospitalized in Everett after contracting the virus during a trip to China.
The rising star in the Democrats’ liberal wing chose him over Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Tokyo Olympic athletes beware — particularly larger ones. The bed frames in the Athletes Village at this year’s… Continue reading
In one exchange, an employee told a colleague they wouldn’t let their family ride on a 737 Max.
Iranian officials asked the U.S. and Canada to share their evidence of a missile hitting the jetliner.
The crash happened just hours after Iran launched a missile attack against bases housing U.S. troops.
The flight was en route to Ukraine when a fire apparently struck one of its engines.
Iran insisted in a state TV broadcast it remained open to negotiations with European partners.
Authorities have not released any details about what led to the shooting.
The records appear to show efforts to ensure production plans “were not diverted by regulators.”
The Church of the Nativity, where Christians believe Jesus was born, hosted people from around the world.