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Stories for March 16, 2012
With iPads unavailable online, our intrepid tech writer braves a cold Seattle morning to go on the hunt for Apple's newest toy.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
If the GOP is Don Draper, Sen. Cantwell is PegREAD MORE COMMENT NOW
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Dr. Helen Caldicott, nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, speaks about the dangers of nuclear power and the suffering we're not seeing in Fukushima, Japan.READ MORE 14 COMMENTS
The Seattle School Board limits "key stakeholders" to district employees and the PTSA, but a broad coalition of reform and ethnic interests clamors for a say. They'll get it, but only for the late innings of the search.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS