Commentary: How grizzlies and people can share North Cascades

Steps that are working elsewhere can limit conflict between people and bears as their numbers grow.

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A new report warns that the state’s voter registration system could be vulnerable to cyber attacks.

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Without a doubt, the midterms were about one thing: Trump. And much of the GOP’s losses are on him.

Rubin: Democrats’ wins in Arizona show extent of GOP losses

Democratic wins look more impressive, and the GOP looks more like a party in decline.

Ignatius: Adapting to Trump, the world moves on without us

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Editorial: Sound Transit CEO can show he’s earned raise

Snohomish County needs the agency chief’s skills to work with a board focused on Seattle projects.

Editorial: Clearing the air after I-1631’s rejection

The carbon fee measure’s loss does not represent a rejection of the need to address climate change.

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