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SXSW exhibit so real your body feels you are in 'Game of Thrones'
The Oculus Rift combines with multisensory input for a powerful effect: A participant falls out of a demo booth.
Feds looked the other way as GM car defect killed people
Federal safety regulators ignored more than 250 complaints about cars suddenly turning off in traffic.
Oregon gives up plans for I-5 crossing of Columbia River
The state said it's shutting down the office that has worked on rebuilding the interstate link to Washington state.
Search for missing Malaysia Airlines plane turns up oil slick in sea
A Vietnamese military plane's crew has found the first sign of the 777 plane that was carrying at least 239 people from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Companies contemplate using atmospheric carbon dioxide as the raw material for manufacturing.
Fired school administrator says lawsuit's real target is archbishop
Mark Zmuda says Eastside Catholic School officials knew about his relationship with the man he married, but the archbishop forced the school to get rid of him.
"The more digital the world becomes, the more appetite people have for real things."
New York Times reporter Amy Chozick sits down for an interview with Alan Rusbridger, editor of The Guardian.
Uber X and Lyft finally reveal their numbers
After refusing to share their data for months, Uber X and Lyft join Sidecar in revealing the number of drivers they have.
Who's behind Bitcoin?
Did Newsweek actually find the man behind the popular electronic currency, Bitcoin? Or is this one big, mis-informed mess?
Research reveals people who cannot enjoy music
Scientists at the University of Barcelona have discovered that some otherwise healthy, happy people lack the ability to feel pleasure listening to music.
Bicyclists in the South risk their lives; what could make them safer?
Bicyclists in the U.S. South are more than ten times more at risk than those in Oregon. Here's why.
How many international cities can you identify by photo?
Test your visual knowledge of international cities with the Guardian's picture quiz.
Animal shelter to auction note and cash left by Barefoot Bandit
While on the run, Colton Harris Moore left cash and a note for a Pacific County animal shelter, which the shelter is auctioning to raise funds.
Officials call for more transparency in "twilight zone" of police appeals processes
As local officials untangle complicated police misconduct investigation processes, calls for more transparency grow louder.
Seattle Pro Musica weekend program highlights its strength
A modern American work and a Russian number offer much to hear.
Comcast purchase of Time Warner Cable is blatantly monopolistic
You don't even need to crunch the numbers to see that this will hurt competition about as badly as could be imagined in any scenario.
David Brooks: America's gulag uses isolation to inflict cruelty
Fortunately, society shows signs of waking up to the reality that social pain is the same as physical pain from beatings, floggings and the like.
Sosh arrives to Seattle to meet your foodie needs
San Francisco based concierge-esque app has made Seattle its third city to launch in, the other being New York City.
Could there be a phase-in on minimum wage raise?
Kshama Sawant discusses her support on the "$15 now" wage debate. Currently against the phase-in approach, the issue stands to be negotiable.
Film review: "The Grand Budapest Hotel" shines
Indie filmmaker Wes Anderson's latest film pieces together comedy and intricate drama that take the viewer inside a luxury hotel filled with eccentric residents.
Is college becoming obsolete?
With MOOCs (massive open online courses) on the rise, higher education faces questions about its continued relevance in the modern world.
The brand rift between Microsoft and Apple
Microsoft's new Chief Strategy Officer, Mark Penn, continues to develop new marketing schemes based on numbers. The contrast: Apple's strategically "simple" model focuses on human instinct to gain customers.
WA Legislature says human traffickers must register as sex offenders
While House Bill 1791 awaits approval by Gov. Jay Inslee, its passage would make Washington the first state to "designate the crime of human trafficking in the first degree as a sex offense."
The SAT breakdown: debunking standardized expectations
College Board president David Coleman discusses the nature of SAT scores by critically thinking about justified theories to support answer choices.
As droughts intensify, ranchers and Native American tribes come together in Klamath Basin
A new agreement in the Klamath Basin promises to reduce water demand by ranchers and increase river restoration/economic development for the Klamath Tribes.
Google, other corporations are now seizing on Buddhist concepts
Elitism raises its head among converts to Buddhism.
Dana Milbank: GOP's Dale Issa reaches a new low in congressional bullying
Even for the strange committee chair, calling a meeting and not allowing a single comment by the minority is something remarkable.
Charles Blow: Did Republicans put too many chips on 1 issue?
With the public less concerned about health care, they are now trying to blame Obama for Russia's invasion of the Ukraine.
NASA plans mission to Jupiter's moon
The agency set aside $15 million in its 2015 budget for a robotic mission to Jupiter's watery moon Europa, where astronomers believe there might be some form of life.
Facebook cracks down on gun-related posts
The site is blocking minors from seeing posts about gun sales and will remove posts of sales that don't require background checks or cross state lines.
More jobs in Wash. now than before the recession
The state jobless rate dropped to 6.4 percent, with 3,800 new jobs added between December and January.
Goldy leaves The Stranger
Political blogger David Goldstein, better known as Goldy, summed up his departure to "editorial differences."
Is guacamole the next victim of global warming?
Chipotle Mexican Grill says it may end up temporarily suspend serving guacamole and some salsas if the price of ingredients increases due to global warming.
Seattle music startup heads to SXSW
Lively allows for music fans to purchase recordings of live concerts they have attended, allowing musicians to profit and fans to relive their experiences. The company will head to the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas to record more than 100 shows.
Asteroid to come closer to Earth than moon
The asteroid will pass between the moon and Earth on Wednesday, but astronomers say it poses no danger.
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