A Storm Called 'The Big Dark' Is Barreling Into The US

US | Amber Randall
A Washington State Trooper stops a vehicle at a roadblock on Highway 530, near an area where a landslide and floodwaters block the road, outside Darrington, Washington March 28, 2014. At least 26 people were known to have perished when a rain-soaked hillside collapsed without warning on Saturday, unleashing a deluge of mud that flattened dozens of homes in a river valley near the rural town of Oso, in Snohomish County, some 55 miles northeast of Seattle. REUTERS/Jason Redmond

‘Not unusual’

ACLU Silent On Gay Coffee Shop Owner Who Kicked Out Christians

US | Amber Randall

‘This is offensive to me’

Federal Court Ruling Guts Police Ability To Use Guns

US | Anders Hagstrom
Police officers separate demonstators during an America First rally in Laguna Beach, California, U.S., August 20, 2017.REUTERS/Sandy Huffaker

‘Dramatic decrease in proactive police work’

Antifa Used Twitter To Track Down Nazi

US | Liam Clancy
A man with a swastika armband is knocked unconscious in Seattle (Youtube).

“Anti-fascists” used Twitter to track down a man wearing a swastika armband

Around the World in 80 Days, Day 6: New Zealand

Opinion | Larry Alex Taunton

Had the plane simply been doing laps in the Pacific only to touch-down in Seattle?

Social Justice Government Job Pays Big Bucks In Seattle

US | Kerry Picket
Picture byREUTERS/Jason Redmond

‘dismantle deeply entrenched systems of privilege and oppression’

GeekGirlCon Organizers Quit To Protest Bullying And Mismanagement

US | Ian Miles Cheong
Woman playing videogames (Shutterstock/Kar Tr)

A group of organizers of GeekGirlCon have quit, alleging mismanagement and bullying by leadership.

Disgraced Seattle Mayor Is Literally Asking To Be Sued

Business | Robert Donachie
Did you know the Seattle Space Needle was built in 400 days in the early 1960s for the World's Fair? (REUTERS/Jason Redmond)

He struggled for months to shake allegations that he paid teenage boys for sex

US Suspects North Korea's New ICBM Could Strike West Coast Cities

National Security | Ryan Pickrell
The intercontinental ballistic missile Hwasong-14 is seen during its test launch in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang, July, 4 2017. KCNA/via REUTERS

Potentially reaching beyond Alaska

Plane Turns Back After Passenger Attacks Flight Attendant

US | George Congdon
ATLANTA - APRIL 30: A Boeing 757 with a new Delta Airlines logo sits on the tarmac following the company's emergence from bankruptcy at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport April 30,2007 in Atlanta, Georgia. The 757 sports new branding that will appear on more than 900 planes, at airports and on advertising. (Photo by Barry Williams/Getty Images) 757

Had to be restrained by fellow passengers

Fight For 15 Fail: Missouri Rolling Back Minimum Wage From $10 To $7.70

US | Derek Hunter

Increase in minimum wage was ‘a mistake,’ said governor

Study: Seattle's $13 Minimum Wage Has Hurt Low-Income Workers

Business | Hollis Poch
Picture byREUTERS/Jason Redmond

‘Total payroll fell for such jobs’

Shocking Study Shows $15 Minimum Wage Makes Workers Poorer

US | Thomas Phippen
Workers Across The Country Demonstrate For Higher Minimum Wage: Getty Images/David McNew

‘Consequently, total payroll fell for such jobs’

WNBA Agrees To Support Abortion With Every Ticket Sold

US | Grace Carr
Demonstrators hold placards during a Planned Parenthood rally outside the State Capitol in Austin, Texas, U.S., April 5, 2017. REUTERS/Ilana Panich-Linsman

‘Make a meaningful impact on the national health care debate’

Seattle Gun Tax Backfires As Gun-Related Deaths Double

Guns and Gear | Will Atkins
A general view is seen of the unsanctioned homeless tent encampment Nickelsville in Seattle, Washington October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

‘The data says the law has failed’