Washington

Trump urges GOP to reject infrastructure deal: ‘Don’t let the radical left play you’ for ‘fools’

Former President Donald Trump waded Monday into the bipartisan infrastructure talks, urging Senate Republicans to reject any deal until at…

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Slog AM: A Return to Masks, London’s Underwater, and Apparently We’re Mad About He-Man Now

This nurse has had it up to here with anti-vaxers ruining everything Drazen Zigic / Getty Images Are you re-masking?…

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Todd Herman Show 7.26.2021

LISTEN TO HOUR 1:     WATCH: Acting Police “Chief”, Adrian Diaz is alarmed by inanimate objects Early Sunday shootings…

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Seattle City Council set to vote on street parking rate increase in Uptown neighborhood

Roy St and Warren Ave N in Queen Anne. (Photo courtesy of SDOT/Flickr) Seattle Kraken fans or anyone attending an…

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Detectives investigating Lake City homicide late Sunday night

Detectives are investigating a homicide in Seattle’s Lake City neighborhood. (Photo courtesy of SPD Blotter) Detectives are investigating after a…

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Ross: Darwinian politics help to turn around US vaccinations

I was being interviewed on a British talk show, and the host, Nick Abbot, seemed most astounded by two things…

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New director of CJTC: ‘Long overdue’ that community, law enforcement work together

Police detain a participant during a protest at the University of Washington on Feb. 10, 2018, in Seattle, Washington. (Photo…

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Vatican trial opens into financial scandal rocking papacy

VATICAN CITY (AP) — A cardinal who allegedly induced an underling to lie to prosecutors. Brokers and lawyers who pulled…

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‘Holy moly!’: Inside Texas’ fight against a ransomware hack

DALLAS (AP) – It was a steamy Friday two Augusts ago when Jason Whisler settled in for a working breakfast…

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‘No magic wand:’ Lebanon’s new PM-designate urges unity

Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati, speaks to journalists after his meeting with Lebanese President Michel Aoun, at the Presidential Palace…

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