For years, sex workers have struggled to find safe work under tighter federal regulations. Coronavirus made that worse.
A 1970s experiment made cash payments to thousands of Seattle residents. It could happen again.
Fewer riders and lower fare collection are just part of the financial challenge for transportation during the pandemic.
Without foreign travelers, the Coho Ferry is closed — and the town around it is holding its breath
The e-commerce giant may still make moves to cut costs, but that just defines the next fight.
The pandemic wrecked the economy. The protests shook the city's soul. Now Mayor Durkan is staring down a dire future.
Similar groups have returned to Asian-American communities across the country in response to property damage and racist incidents.
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As an operator for King County Metro, Clay McClure risks his own health and safety to keep the community moving during the pandemic.
Store owners say that recent lootings, aggressive police tactics, and even the city’s short-lived curfew complicate business.
Rehiring and paying employees are among big problems on the horizon for many businesses.
From restaurant vouchers to universal basic income, here are some ideas for jump-starting our economic recovery.
The biggest public construction project in Seattle history should have built homes, schools and parks.
With a COVID-19 vaccine still out of reach, stimulating the economy and slashing unemployment present an extraordinary challenge for lawmakers.
As state officials chase after fraudsters, here’s some information on what’s going on and how you can protect yourself.
Emissions have fallen as more people stay home, and fossil fuels have taken a hit. We must keep the momentum going.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal’s Paycheck Guarantee Act would preserve jobs and prevent long-term economic collapse.