Washington has fought to protect abortion rights before, and it needs to again.
Tribal nations' efforts to force the U.S. to honor treaty rights could bolster environmental protections.
State treasurers are the latest group asking that Congress allow marijuana businesses to use bank accounts in states where sales are legal.
The federal judge said the city and the department have fulfilled nearly every requirement of an agreement with the Department of Justice to overhaul the department — but concerns remain.
After I-940 passed last November, family members of police shooting victims were expecting to be involved in its implementation. Some say that isn’t happening.
Participants of the Immigrant Family Institute spend 8 weeks learning about juvenile justice and immigrant rights.
Washington is an outlier when it comes to jailing kids for actions that aren't crimes. A new law intends to change that.
City leaders in Yakima are now discussing whether they want to continue to service the federal agency.
To heal division in this country, we must accurately diagnose American violence.
People of color were more likely to be frisked, but white people who were searched were more likely to be found with a weapon.
A federal judge in Seattle said that asylum seekers should be granted a bond hearing after seven days. Then Attorney General William Barr weighed in.
Even after the City of Spokane tried to stop it, Border Patrol continues to interrogate Greyhound passengers.
Teens who send nude selfies will no longer face felony sex charges that carry a requirement to register as a sex offender.
The owners of Total Reclaim promoted themselves as responsible recyclers. A federal investigation found otherwise.
Arthur Longworth on the struggle to read, write and think freely inside a concrete box.
The department's initial response to the vandalism, which depicted a lynching, did not sit well with Sheila Edwards Lange.