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Some object to Gina Haspel’s past, but that past includes a deep knowledge of Russia and its actions.
Wow! I was taken back by The Herald’s decision to pull John Rosemond’s parenting column. I found it somewhat odd that the announcement followed commentary… Continue reading
It wouldn’t hurt for the president to start brushing up on his beseeching.
If the Senate can’t confirm Gina Haspel, it’s doubtful another candidate will be as qualified.
Education is the backbone of this country. Everywhere we are feeling the effects of minimal education, from the loss of social standards to the ability… Continue reading
A new report finds nearly half of common medical tests prone to overuse in the state are unnecesary.
There are new diagnostic tools that can direct quality mental health care, but access must improve.
Studies in California, Colorado and New York would have shown lawmakers the unaffordable costs.
“America First” is taken, but the left can show it has the economic interests of Americans at heart.
A round of applause for your inspiring coverage of both farm and historic home preservation coverage on April 29. Stephanie Davey’s article on the Reiner’s… Continue reading
North Korean documents point to a plan to build a nuclear weapon, then pivot toward a detente.
The political skirmish over the Rev. Pat Conroy may mean the House will just do away with the post.
Rudy Guiliani may have not done his client any favors by saying that a lawyer ‘funneled’ hush money.
Sid Schwab’s interesting column of April 28 (“Capitalism works if we save it from true believers”) attempts to distinguish communism, socialism and democratic socialism. He… Continue reading
The transit agency needs to complete light rail’s spine to Everett where commute times are longest.
It’s time for the state Supreme Court to close the book on McCleary and let everyone move on.