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Stories for Aug. 8, 2011
Mark Hatfield fought against wars launched by presidents of both parties and championed aid for the poor, while remaining loyal to his party's leaders.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
A new twist to the museum gift shop: get donors and customers to pony up to buy one of the most popular works on display.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Rob McKenna has an interesting idea for defusing the gay-marriage debate, but he doesn’t seem to want to talk about it.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
The death of an eagle says a lot about the misty magic of the 520 bridge, the poor man's waterfront, and about living in Seattle.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS