If the city of Seattle wants to constructively help with state tax reform, it should contribute to a broader discussion of what’s needed rather than...
While President Trump pooh-pooh’s foreign aid, PATH and other nonprofits in Seattle’s global-health cluster continue to project our best values around the world.
The Legislature, now in special session, must address the damage from a Supreme Court ruling which effectively shut down rural economic development.
The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, now covers nearly 2 million people in Washington state. Clearly not a failure.
A broad variety of arts organizations benefit from ArtsFund, an organization that has been supporting the arts for nearly 50 years.
The Legislature ended what should have been a historic session with a whimper.
The Legislature has once again failed to complete its paramount duty and amply fund K-12 schools as its regular session closes. Here is the editorial...
From Auburn to Bellevue, cities around the Puget Sound region are making an effort to address homelessness.
The donation of an apartment complex for struggling families is an inspiring move by Edmonds travel guru Rick Steves.
The state Legislature wisely lifted a decades-old ban on higher education in prison.