politics

Meet the deep pool of candidates vying to replace Seattle City Councilmember Tim Burgess.

President Trump's executive orders sparked a wildly popular University of Washington class.

Potholes are the one thing everyone agrees on. Drivers hate them. Cyclists hate them. Truckers hate them. Bus drivers hate them. Pedestrians hate them. Bumping, jolting, tripping, falling: our shared loathing is a rare point of civic unity

#manintree perhaps best summarizes the overall WTF zeitgeist of 2016

The next four years will challenge Seattle, says Knute Berger. Are we up to the task?

The Age of Trump will test us; the citizens of Seattle will have to find outlets for their rage, but also find paths forward for self-improvement

Whichever side you’ve voted for, you’ll want a stiff drink when all is said and done

Another summer has come and gone, and Congress still hasn’t passed legislation that would help end summer hunger for America’s kids.

I was highly skeptical of state GOP chair Susan Hutchison’s national convention declaration that Washington is a “swing” state in th

On a bright afternoon at the Ballard library, constituents arrive in a steady stream for their chance to speak for 10–15 minutes with Seattle City Council member Mike O’Brien, who represents northwest Seattle’s District 6.

The night she was at a Seattle bar and left her seat to visit the restroom, Leah didn’t expect the man sitting next to her would spike her drink while she was away. Nor did she expect him to rape her later at his apartment.