Editorial cartoons for Friday, Aug. 3

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading

Harrop: Candidates need to move beyond #MeToo; voters have

The exposure of sexual misconduct lifted women’s enthusiasm. But antipathy for Trump propels it.

I-1631 would help pay costs of air pollution

In the 1960s tobacco product manufacturers were still denying their products caused cancer. The link between smoking and cancer was known in the early 1950s.… Continue reading

Ignatius: Is latest Trump, Kim sweet talk sweet nothings?

Skeptism persists that North Korea will give up its nukes, but signs of a thaw continue.

Milbank: Bernie’s ad guy first helped a pro-Putin autocrat

Nothing Ted Devine in Ukraine was illegal, but he showed no reluctance in taking Yanukovych’s money.

Thiessen: Working with Russians wrong, regardless of party

The Clinton campaign’s connection to the Steele dossier is as troubling as the Russia meeting.

What’s next after DNA test? Genealogy conference offers help

Regarding the recent story, “54 years later, DNA test gave answer to ‘Who’s your daddy?’” The Herald, July 31): The Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society can… Continue reading

Editorial cartoons for Thursday, Aug. 2

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading

Editorial: Parks grant program needs full funding from state

Lawmakers need to hear public support for a program that provides funds for parks, trails and more.

Milbank: Candidate for Congress stumbles upon new GOP mascot

The Virginia man’s interest in ‘Bigfoot erotica,’ suggests a winning symbol for Trump Republicans.

Parker: Collusion isn’t a crime; but is Rudy’s confusion?

Trump lawyer Guiliani speaks the truth when he says ‘Nobody can be sure of anything.’ Including him.

Rep. Lovick has proven record of service

Ever since I met Rep. John Lovick, he has been serving the public, 13 years in the Coast Guard, sergeant in the Washington State Patrol… Continue reading

Sci-fi ‘lizard men’ in plain sight and taking over

Several years ago I used to watch a sci-fi TV show about a race of ugly lizard men from another planet who came to earth… Continue reading

South Korea has long shown gratitude to U.S. vets

Thank you for your interesting front-page article describing how the government of South Korea is recognizing the sacrifices of Korean War veterans by bestowing on… Continue reading

Thiessen: NATO is there to project unity, strength

President Trump could have referred to his Warsaw speech when talking about Montenegro on Fox News.

Editorial cartoons for Wednesday, Aug. 1

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading

Editorial: Herald editorial board’s primary endorsements

The Herald Editorial Board makes the following recommendations for the Aug. 7 primary election.

Former supporter’s name was removed from endorsement list

In response to Rod Eggerling’s letter to the editor of July 24, I would like to clarify several points. Mr. Eggerling endorsed my campaign for… Continue reading

Ignatius: Vets running for Congress willing to buck party

Vets of both parties appear willing to work across the aisle and serve the country they fought for.

Milbank: Linda Tripp remakes herself as a hero of #MeToo

Rather than wait to be annointed as a voice for accountability she hired lawyers to make her case.