Microsoft's Vidya Srinivasan has faced the challenges of excelling in tech while having children head-on. Now she's helping other women do the same.
The LGBTQ community has made enormous progress in the fight for equality, but a long road still lies ahead.
A new report by the Washington State Patrol documented 20 missing Indigenous women cases in Yakima County, the most in the state. A scholar and Yakama tribal member reflects on the dire situation.
In a new play, the Seattle polymath looks at the many arms of love.
Roller derby is booming in Seattle. Its players deserve a place to play.
The chapter president told South Seattle's DeAunté Damper, "You'll be making history." It's true.
Cynthia Tee says the tech industry needs more gender diversity — starting from the top.
Both the Arlene’s Flowers and Masterpiece Cakeshop court battles involve business owners who wouldn't serve same-sex couples. But the legal underpinnings are quite different.
Western Washington University officials say that state law exempts them from releasing the names of students found responsible for sexual assault. The reporters and their legal counsel disagree.
Washington has fought to protect abortion rights before, and it needs to again.
Gore-tex meets Gucci in new shows at MOHAI and MoPOP.
After stints in law school and at Wikipedia, Ada Lovelace fellow Os Keyes is challenging tech companies to rethink the gender binary hardwired into their code.
A female journalist accused Mike Rosenberg of sending inappropriate messages via Twitter. Rosenberg says, “They weren’t supposed to go to her.”
Through her work at UW's Stereotypes, Identity and Belonging Lab, Sapna Cheryan breaks down stereotypes about tech employees and Asian Americans.
Backers claim fluorescent pink is brighter than orange in the field, and could attract more people to hunting. But critics say the science — and female support — isn't there yet.
Seattle’s Frank Chopp is stepping down after 20 years as House speaker. So far, women are the ones lining up to permanently replace him.