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Guest Opinion: Next week the U.S. Senate will vote on the Keystone Pipeline, which would lock in the very C02 emissions the US-China climate deal is trying to reduce.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Critics from far and near will voice their concerns in Seattle at a Town Hall event on Sunday.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The president was slow to grasp the ISIS threat. Now that he has, how far will he go to confront it?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The piping and marching were fun, but Scotland says a sober 'no' to independence.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The "yes" on secession campaign is gaining momentum. If it passes, the United Kingdom will get smaller, less relevant in military and diplomatic matters - and a lot more conservative politically.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
Russians in the Ukraine, ISIS in Iraq (and Syria), American Muslims fighting overseas. What's a president to do?READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: The Seattle City Council member wants colleagues to publicly condemn Israel’s actions in Gaza and call for an end to U.S. military aid. Is that what the Council should be focused on?READ MORE 48 COMMENTS
Jewish Voice for Peace protests Boeing's supplying of weapons to Israel, but is the group representative of any significant local change?READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
We can't afford to walk away from Iraq. A look at how we got here and where we might go next.READ MORE 39 COMMENTS
But do world leaders pay attention to the real lessons from the loss of up to 85 million lives?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
A new film places a young Seattle-educated Ecuadorian at the center of a conflict over energy, the environment and people's rights.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Holy Names Academy grad has addressed nuclear and peace issues working in Japan and at the United Nations.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Students in Washington State and around the world are locked in a passionate debate over whether colleges should divest from Israel as a protest over the country's treatment of Palestinians.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
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