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The militarization of police departments has increased incidents where undue force has led to tragedy.
A sketchy look at the day in politics.
While easing restrictions would be welcome, there’s much to be done to get the economy going again.
If mail-in ballots’ record in this state doesn’t convince, his objections to fact-checking should.
The City of Snohomish planning director has released a project update on the city’s newly created Midtown Planning District. (See pages 69 and 70 of… Continue reading
The claim that white women needed protection has been used to justify lynchings and bigoted laws.
Twitter did not remove President Trump’s tweet. Its small label informed people how to ‘get the facts.’
More than one million dogs are imported into the U.S. each year according to the CDC, yet only about 1 percent of these dogs are… Continue reading
A sketchy look at the day in the coronavirus pandemic (and politics).… Continue reading
In response to the recent editorial (“State gains keener watch of dams to protect salmon,” The Herald, May 19,) the Herald editorial board is correct:… Continue reading
If Trump’s opponents violate norms, they’re called on it. If Trump does it, it just proves his power.
It’s taken some time for Twitter to take this step, but it’s within its rights and has prepared for it.
Those with second homes are reluctant to return to cities, bringing new conflicts and considerations.
I am a cosmetology instructor currently working as a stylist is Seattle. Currently, Washington is set to reopen personal services in Phase 2 possibly on… Continue reading
A dollar spent on speeding our recovery today will pay off with dividends across the decades to come.
In 1949, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson asserted that “The Constitution is not a suicide pact.” His perspective reflected concerns of government officials… Continue reading