- Southeast Asian countries must do more for fleeing refugees
- Funding recreation is a higher priority than habitat preservation
- Congress should sunset part of Patriot Act to prevent domestic spying
- U.S. moral authority tackles FIFA corruption
- How to work with nature instead of against it to tame flooding rivers
- Chai and Bamboo are victims in a failed captivity system
- How to work with nature instead of against it to tame flooding rivers | Mark Higgins / Times editorial columnist
- Why rape is so hard to address | Nicholas Kristof / Syndicated columnist
- Key to changing hearts and minds on gay marriage: Don’t lie or bully
- Veteran’s PTSD led to marijuana, arrest and a lucky break | Leonard Pitts Jr. / Syndicated columnist
Thousands are risking their lives at sea to escape persecution in Myanmar. People in the United States and Washington state can help by advocating for these refugees’ rights.
- Congress should sunset part of Patriot Act to prevent domestic spying | Editorial
- U.S. moral authority tackles FIFA corruption | Editorial
- In place of traditional punitive methods, schools should better support students | Editorial
- Washington’s congressional lawmakers must continue progress on trade bills | Editorial
Editor, The Times: The Department of Veterans Affairs has a number to call for veterans to arrange transportation to appointments at VA facilities . This was a simple process to arrange a ride. Approximately a year ago, a policy was instituted so a veteran was required to have an appointment. This policy made it slightly...
- McEnroe trial: Don’t judge jurors doing difficult civic duty | Letter to the editor
- Gay marriage: Conservatives should use laissez-faire values | Letter to the editor
- Shell is chasing a white whale in the Arctic | Letter to the editor
- Reflecting on Memorial Day, we need to change war authority | Letter to the editor
- Student testing: When kids fail, they lose for a lifetime | Letter to the editor
“Whether it’s ideology or political expediency that keeps Republicans dancing around the elephant in the room, party time is over.”
Washington’s growing population needs more recreational opportunities, even if that means investing less for habitat preservation.