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The Christian religious tradition allows for none of this self-congratulatory delusion that we are the good people, assured of a special standing. Or that we should be toting guns everywhere without limitations.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Inside Politics: The demographics tell a story that party leaders could learn from. But will they?READ MORE 30 COMMENTS
State Sen. Debbie Regala's vote in support of marriage for gay couples fit with her record as an elected official. But her decision to vote according to personal convictions came at a cost.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Guest Opinion: Newtown's tragedy has birthed a series of gun control actions locally. It's time to join in.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
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Essay: There is another, lesser-known winter holiday, less about shopping and parties than quiet introspection. Take respite there.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A mother, 94, shows her children how to leave this life for the next.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
America has become a place where the affluent may consciously go shopping for a new hometown. The phenomenon is reshaping many Western communities.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Snippets from a day of digital mania at the Seattle Interactive Conference.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Nearly 60 years after the fact, Japan is commemorating a group of Seattle volunteers who traveled to Hiroshima to build houses in the wake of the atomic bomb. This time with a new museum.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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