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Seattle homeless outreach, child care and elder care workers are leaving for higher wages, making it harder to provide care for the city’s most vulnerable.
Scientists say the agency is siding with the companies, even after it acknowledged that open-pit mining in Butte is unsafe and requires major cleanup.
Director Thanh Tan details the personal journey that inspired the first season of Crosscut Origins.
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The Guardian Watchmen, a group of Wei Wai Kum First Nations citizens, use traditional methods to protect Vancouver Island's fragile ecosystems.
A proposal that passed the Senate this week would boost privacy for people who are trans or queer, those escaping domestic violence, and refugees.
The AWP writers conference welcomes word nerds while new outdoor concert lineups have us dreaming of summer.
Washington ecologists and farmers are scrambling to slow the avian flu — and get cartons back on grocery shelves.