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Social media suggested agitation on part of the gunman.
Art Thiel: The alleged problems with Russell Wilson
Regarding Seahawks' divisions: National media are going wild with their favorite sources, the anonymous ones. Meanwhile, Wilson achieves a new QB record.
Lone-wolf terror attacks may be springing from ISIS success
Analysts say that the extreme violence and territorial gains of the extremists may be larger factors than the ideology the group preaches in spurring attacks.
David Horsey: Waffling Democrats embarrass themselves on campaign trail
Echoing Republican talking points, especially ones with little or no basis in fact, is not a recipe for a healthy, honest campaign.
Another Eastside soccer nonprofit pushes GOP candidate's re-election
IRS rules clearly prohibit political activities, but two groups have actively or implicitly supported Sen. Andy Hill in his race with Matt Isenhower.
Fellow Republican governors may not be doing all they could to help Scott Walker
The Republican Governors Association appears to be giving him less money than might be reasonably expected in his tough fight for re-election.
There is a porn monopoly, and its name is MindGeek
MindGeek is the porn provider and this is its story.
Two dead, four wounded in Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting
Two students are dead at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Friday morning after one of them opened fire in the cafeteria before turning the gun on himself, according to law-enforcement sources.
7 things McDonald’s really wants you to forget
The fast-food giant has a checkered history of abusing the environment—and its workers.
Oregon's first lady haunts governor's re-election
The ethical questions surrounding the conduct of Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber's first lady are taking a toll on his campaign to win an unprecedented fourth term.
Washington DC plans to make it easier for convicts to find jobs
The Washington city council passed legislation last summer to make it easier for people convicted of crimes to find employment.
Dallas nurse free of Ebola
Nina Pham, the 26-year-old nurse from Dallas who contracted Ebola, has been declared Ebola-free and will be released from the hospital.
New York doctor treated for Ebola
The doctor was running a temperature of 103 degrees when he was taken to a hospital. He had traveled by subway the day before coming down with the fever.
David Brooks: Political malpractice is responsible for national malaise
People want satisfying, decently paying work. For five years, political leaders have done nothing to pursue the obvious fixes to the economic and emotional stress on the middle class.
Tornado strikes Longview, Kelso
Photos, video and on-scene reports: Police closed part of one major street due to damaged property and downed power lines.
Bertha's work on tunnel halted by shell deposit
The halt occurred Thursday, after archeologists found the shells.
Canadian capital shooter wanted to go to Syria
Officials said he was on their radar because of his radical connections.
A sitdown about our traffic woes
The region's top transportation writer, Mike Lindblom, talks online about Seattle's hideous traffic troubles.
Paul Allen will give $100 million to stop Ebola
He says he had a nagging sense of trouble when he first heard of the current outbreak.
Why my wife says I should meet other women for drinks
It's all about business.
Gail Collins: GOP's strange ways of getting women's votes
As one writer has noted, some of the ads assume that you can best communicate to women in terms of ... bridal wear.
Arbitration panel clears Seattle officer in use-of-force case
Two of the three panel members were fellow officers, a fact likely to renew controversy about how the city handles discipline cases.
Crowd funding sought for Joan Didion documentary
A nephew hopes to tell the tale of one of America's most esteemed writers.
21 cities pass legislation restricting feeding the homeless
Since January 2013, 21 American cities have passed legislation placing restrictions on where people can feed the homeless.
University of North Carolina staff steered athletes to fake classes
A report found that for nearly two decades two employees ran a "shadow curriculum" of hundreds of fake classes which never met so that many U.N.C. athletes routinely received A's and B's.
Canadian MPs say sergeant at arms saved them from shooter
A former Mountie, 58-year-old Kevin Vickers, is hailed as a national hero in an apparent terror attack.
Should the poor be allowed to vote?
Voter-ID laws are part of a hoary American tradition that tells those who aren't economically independent that they aren't able to make a reasoned political choice.
Nurse who contracted Ebola is virus-free
A Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola from Liberian national Thomas Duncan is virus-free, her mother told ABC News.
8 writers race to test transportation options
Eight writers from The Stranger raced across town during rush hour using eight different modes of transportation.
Drugs that delay puberty for transgender teens
Earlier this month, Oregon became the first in the country to offer puberty-suppressing drugs to transgender teens on its Medicaid plan.
CrossFit is a cult: Why its defenders are so defensive
Several outlets have questioned its culture and safety, but more worrisome is its proponents' response to criticism.
Michigan to ban Tesla sales
Governor of Michigan Rick Snyder signed a law yesterday banning manufacturers from direct sales of their automobiles.
Seattle's best-paid employee sues over treatment
Following a fire department scandal, James Woodbury claims he was wronged by Seattle Fire Chief Greg Dean and has filed a lawsuit.
Gunmen on the loose in Ottawa
At least two gunmen are terrifying citizens of the Canadian capital.
Redfin buys WalkScore
The online real estate concern has acquired the 10-person Seattle company (WalkScore) that ranks millions of places around the country on their walkability, bikeability and proximity to public transit, schools, coffee shops, etc.
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