“The Summer Before the War” and “The Immortal Irishman” are also in the Top 5 fiction, nonfiction lists.
“On Fire” tops the national nonfiction list.
In “Unbroken Brain,” addiction authority Maia Szalavitz makes a compelling case for a paradigm that looks at addiction more as a learning disorder than as a disease.
Peggy Orenstein’s new book “Girls & Sex” is an eye-opening examination of the role sex plays in the lives of young women today.
Readers rave about kid without iPad, newspaper subscribers, the Tulip Festival and free breakfast. They rant about sexist sports jocks, defaced library books and the color of a new West Seattle school.
Intro to mutual funds Q: Please explain how mutual funds work. A: Mutual funds hold the pooled money of many investors that’s managed professionally. They’re great for the majority of us who don’t have the time or skills to carefully choose investments. Instead, we can let professionals do the research and make the decisions, for...
There’s no denying that the index fund is the best ride in the mutual-fund amusement park, but that doesn’t make it right for everybody.
Expense of a reverse mortgage is significant; worries about losses in volatile stock market.
A roundup of things to do in and around Seattle the week of April 17, 2016.
ATLANTA (AP) — A man accused of helping to provide financial support to an al-Qaida leader wants a judge to allow him to live with relatives in Georgia while he awaits trial. Lawyers for Asif Ahmed Salim say in court records that his sister-in-law, Gwinnett County Assistant District Attorney Sabrina Nizam, has agreed to monitor...
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