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Nearly a dozen U.S. citizens identified as fighting in Syria
Some are with ISIS, officials said.
ACA's expansion of mental health care stresses system
A patient finds help with a therapist whose workload has doubled.
Gamers respond to criticism of misogyny by threatening woman criticizing games
Anita Sarkeesian provides reasonable criticism of specific elements of games.
1 Seattle school's test results face review
Seattle Public Schools alerted the state to a surprising spike in the school's results for math and reading.
David Horsey: Obama's vacation ends without disasters predicted by pundits
Never mind that vacations improve our productivity and extend our lifespans. The media demanded the president get off the golf course and be serious!
Brangelina tie the knot (or is it ties?)
Their spokesperson revealed that celebrity couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were married Saturday in France.
Court ruling shrinks development project in Kirkland
State Court of Appeals judges said the Potala Village apartment complex, proposed for the Kirkland waterfront, can include fewer than half the number of units originally proposed.
How investigation could undo NY Gov. Cuomo
Federal prosecutors are looking into the abrupt dismantling of an anti-corruption commission, which the governor himself had appointed, after it began looking into the activities of his supporters.
Philanthropist couple behind Bellevue pot shop
If pot stores are coming to a community, shouldn't they be well run? A son tells Patti Payne that his parents see it as both a business opportunity and a community responsibility.
Charles Blow: Bill O'Reilly's problem with his white privilege is denial
The talk show host is on a rant, building his argument with statements that clash with one another.
Stolen car recovered with 10-month-old child inside
A suspect was later taken into custody.
9-year-old's accidental shooting of gun instructor shows congressional cowdarice
"Guns don’t kill people. Nine-year-old girls with ponytails and pink shorts on summer vacation do. Just ask the National Rifle Association."
State GOP: Let's get women to like us on social media
One idea: Attack Gov. Inslee's suspension of the death penalty. That might work -- with men.
Washington, Seattle struggle to recover stolen wages for workers
Investigate West explores and analyzes the specific problems facing Washington workers and law enforcement in recovering stolen wages.
The power of municipal utilities
According to Grist, the municipal utility in Palo Alto, California, is on track to reach 48 percent renewable power by 2017.
Syria warns against U.S. air strikes
According to the Washington Post, "Syria warned the Obama administration not to extend its air war against the Islamic State into Syria."
UW researcher may be on to something: Charging your phone with Wifi
Shyam Gollakota, a researcher at the UW, is working on a way to capture the "persistent signals" all around us and use them to power our devices.
Amazon student scholarships. Apply Now!
The "merit-based" awards will go to 50 full-time undergrads ($5,000 for tuition, $500 to buy textbooks (at Amazon.com, natch). Amazon is accepting applications now.
Obama seeks global climate accord
The Obama administration is working on a sweeping international climate change agreement that would compel nations to cut fossil fuel emissions - and it's doing so without Congress.
Preventing a Ferguson from happening here
At a meeting on Tuesday, black community leaders and activists spoke with SPD about how to build better bonds between cops and the communities they serve.
'The Simpsons' mural
Need we say more? Springfield, Oregon dedicated a mural to The Simpsons on Monday.
Weyerhauser moving to Pioneer Square
"Weyerhaeuser plans to sell its large headquarters campus in Federal Way, the company said in a Tuesday news release announcing Weyerhaeuser's move to Seattle's Pioneer Square."
NATO to create bases in Eastern Europe
The move comes in response to Russian actions.
Israel, Hamas will have long-term ceasefire
An Israeli official said the deal has no time limit.
Oregon sheriffs group puts cash into 'marijuana education'
The Oregon State Sheriffs Association's president says pot legalization would "tear families apart."
38 years later, Stillaguamish Tribe gets its reservation
The 64-acre reservation is start toward centralizing services, officials say. Housing and a community center are already being planned for 80 acres nearby that could be added to the reservation later.
Gamers are helping UW with ebola research
Months before the recent Ebola outbreak erupted in Western Africa scientists at the UW's Institute for Protein Design asked thousands of computer game enthusiasts worldwide to tackle an Ebola puzzle.
Emmy judges rerun the awards, again honoring 'Breaking Bad' and 'Modern Family'
The winner's list this year bore considerable resemblance to the 2013 one.
Roger Cohen: How weakness and bad decisions in U.S. fueled ISIS
Just three years ago, the death of Osama bin Laden seemed to signal an end to post-9/11 trauma.
Book: Kennewick Man may have come from far away
A soon-to-be-released book says he had lived most of his life on the Pacific Northwest coast but could have come from Asia originally.
Political consultant Bob Gogerty dies at 74
A Democrat, he was respected by all sides with Republicans also seeking his advice.
Mourners gather for Michael Brown funeral
The father of the slain Ferguson teenager has asked for calm as friends and family arrive at the Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis for this morning's funeral service.
Virginia base issues all-clear after shooter incident
Authorities at Fort Lee in Virginia sounded the all-clear after what they described as an “active shooter incident.” No details yet. But the lockdown is over.
Mark Driscoll taking six-week leave for "processing, healing and growth"
"Mark Driscoll, the conservative evangelical leader, said Sunday that he would take a leave from running his megachurch in response to a parade of complaints that he has been a bully and abusive to staff members."
A love rekindled more than 60 years later
After meeting at a California marine geology lab, Howard Attebury waited more than 60 years to reconnect with Cynthia Riggs, now a mystery writer. The rest is history.
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