This is our very last chance to save these incredible creatures. We must act boldly now.
Seattle Times Op-Eds
The Seattle Times welcomes Op-Eds on any topic for publication in print and online. We value diverse opinion writing that offers a clear point of view. Below are recent Op-Ed columns published in The Times.
The financial disaster of the 1890s helped to cast the fate of Washington’s two largest Puget Sound cities.
While the Showbox is an important piece of Seattle history, the impact of the Pike Place Market and its immediate surrounding area, including the Showbox...
While the tide of hate feels overwhelming, we at ADL know that if we ignore bigotry, it will only fester and grow stronger.
The best available science shows that to recover the orcas we must both increase the amount of salmon, and decrease the amount of noise.
The Trump administration's comments on detaining families at the southern border transported me back to an Iranian prison where I was an American hostage in...
Rollback of vehicle-emission standards threatens the health of vulnerable Washington residents | Op-Ed
Incredibly, the EPA now proposes to weaken emission standards and protections, and stifle innovation.
Density done right could alleviate traffic congestion, but no one is considering the cumulative impact of spiked demand for access and service to a new...
Throughout history, tyrannical regimes have dehumanized minorities to justify maltreatment or dispatch to terrible fates.
When the bomber, Bockscar, released Fat Man over Nagasaki on Aug. 9, 1945, over 70,000 people died. Nagasaki's devastation came three days after the dropping...
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