Making up for the loss of the lower Snake River dams will be costly. Leaving them is costlier still.
Friday’s majority ruling to Roe relies on a selective history of 19th century law and public opinion.
The Supreme Court decision raises uncertainity over for how firearms can be now regulated.
Donald Trump’s influence over the party remains but the winds aren’t always blowing in the same direction.
Oil companies are reluctant to increase production. That’s the worst time to encourage more demand.
For several possible crimes now identified, Trump’s belief in a ‘stolen election’ provides no defense.
Sea Mar’s Marysville Family Medicine Residency Program helps to fill need for primary care providers.
Investor speculation gave us $10 Uber rides. That’s over but most of us are still better off than in the past.
Wandrea ArShaye Moss was an election worker, until her life and family were threatened by a ‘big lie’ mob.
The test are available, but access to tests is limited and prevents the data needed to track its spread.
Rome failed to balance two senators’ advice, allowing unresolved resentments to lead to more violence.
A 6-3 majority have weakened a Washington state case that allowed but didn’t require religious school funding.
Large multi-unit apartments are being built at a record rate as builders maximize available space.
Our support of the Second Amendment doesn’t keep us from protecting the rights of others to life and safety.
Liability insurance for firearms would incentize prevention and resposible gun ownership.
AI may never become conscious. What should worry us is the power it’s gaining to direct our choices.
When filmmakers use firearms they should portray the bloody results so people understand what guns do.
The testimony makes clear that should Trump and allies lose in 2024, they won’t hesitate to try again.
What does it mean that fewer than 20 percent of parents of kids 5 and younger intend to vaccinate against covid?
With crime statistics rising and a loss of officers, lawmakers need to correct recent legislation.