Schwab: If Trump doesn’t, most know rule of law from witch hunt

The witching hour is approaching for Trump, but we need to let the facts play out for now.

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Editorial: Safe-storage laws can limit kids’ deaths, injuries

A proposed ordinance in Edmonds and I-1639 would require gun owners to lock their guns at home.

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Viewpoints: Cleaning up the mess at EPA

President Trump has the chance to do what Ronald Reagan did to restore public trust in the EPA.

Commentary: Integration may be key to acceptance of refugees

A researchers’ game tested how language and cultural classes helped foster acceptance of immigrants.

Parker: Insulting NATO members is not the stategy of a genius

Trump’s approach to foreign policy seems to be: Love thy enemies as thyself — and screw your pals.

Robinson: How does kidnapping make America great again?

It’s becoming clear that some children taken from parents may never be reunited with their families.

Editorial cartoons for Saturday, July 14

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Ignatius: Good relations with Russia? Sure, but at what cost?

Reconciling with Russia is a worthy goal, but Trump may absolve Putin of a long list of bad acts.

I-1631 is a vote for better air and a better economy

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