A local writer reflects on fear, family and fatigue as the Trump administration prepares to mount deportation raids in cities across the country.
In Washington state, abolitionists have succeeded in shrinking the scope of state punishment and making prisons more humane. But their work is far from done.
Immigration officials were provided names and given access to other information of people under arrest. The sheriff's office claims it was all a mistake.
As the U.S. once again lurches toward an unnecessary war, we must remember our past mistakes risking the lives of tens of thousands of soldiers under false pretenses.
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.
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.
Almost two years after the council passed the tax it has its day in state court of appeals.
He also founded the city’s first daily newspaper.
New eviction laws cap late fees and give tenants 14 days to pay back rent, among other protections.
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.
Wherever Rep. Ilhan Omar goes, layers of security follow. The freshman congresswoman’s visit to Washington state on Saturday was no exception.
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.