A strong democracy needs a robust contest of ideas in the middle where most people live.
From learning to read to going into an apprenticeship or college, education matters to the success of an individual and the whole state.
Just as life was seeming to get back to normal, rising COVID cases have raised concerns that society remains at risk. We know what to...
As communities continue recovering from the effects of the economy-battering pandemic, voter choices are especially important. Please pay attention to local candidates and vote.
Gov. Jay Inslee's vetos of key provisions in climate bills undermine his working relationship with the Legislature.
When the R word is used as a slur, the effects are felt throughout the community of people with developmental disabilities, writes Opinion editor Kate...
Legislature’s ‘Four Corners’ square off on state challenges in 2021 | Kate Riley / Times editorial page editor
We asked leaders in the Washington Legislature's four caucus what their priorities for the 2021 session.
Let's find it that sweet spot of forbearance, grace, generosity and understanding.
The tendrils of Facebook entwine with our politics, our consumer habits and the news we see — and don’t see — in ways that pose...
In Washington, election suspense is between left and lefter | Kate Riley / Times editorial page editor
The most suspenseful elections contests in Washington are between Democrats.