President Donald Trump speaks at a news conference Thursday at the White House. Trump has argued without evidence that the Postal Service’s enlarged role in the November election would perpetuate “one of the greatest frauds in history.” (Andrew Harnik / The Associated Press)
President Donald Trump speaks at a news conference Thursday at the White House. (Andrew Harnik / The Associated Press)

Trump rejects aid for states, Postal Service

The president on Thursday said he does not want to fund the Postal Service because Democrats are seeking to expand mail-in voting. He made explicit the reason he has declined to approve $25 billion in emergency funding for the cash-strapped agency. Updated


Is it time to let Russ cook? Russell Wilson sure ‘likes’ the idea of the Seahawks cutting him loose earlier | Larry Stone Updated

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson throws as the Seattle Seahawks hold training camp at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton Thursday August 13, 2020. 214762
“Especially during this public health emergency, we must bring people experiencing homelessness inside to safe, supportive housing as quickly as possible. We are proud to make substantial investments in the proven solution to homelessness and to support community-based organizations with track-records of success in serving our vulnerable neighbors,” said Emily Alvarado, Director of the Seattle Office of Housing.

Seattle will use $60M in levy funds to build housing for people who are chronically homeless

Oklahoma State cornerback Kemah Siverand is pictured during an NCAA college football media day in Stillwater Okla., Saturday, Aug. 3, 2019. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Seahawks cut rookie cornerback for breaking COVID protocol by trying to sneak a woman into team hotel Updated

Man in serious condition after downtown Seattle shooting

Human-caused Columbia River Gorge fire prompts evacuations Updated

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