When property rights are pitted against housing as a human right, things get messy.
Gov. Jay Inslee's decision to veto a tribal consultation portion of the Climate Commitment Act has stirred up conversation among tribal leaders.
From art galleries to public libraries, government agencies and nonprofit groups work to keep Washingtonians healthy and safe.
With mail-in voting and same-day voter registration “we really are ahead of the curve,” one state lawmaker says.
Taking B(l)ack Pride event organizers want to create a safe space for attendees and confront systemic racism by asking white allies to pay a voluntary cover charge.
The former Secretary of Defense for Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama has some thoughts on the United States’ place in the world.
Legislators invoked an exemption when they passed a new tax on investment income. Their only problem? The truth.
What details about housing, homelessness, taxes and policing can candidates give you to help you cast your ballot?
The U.S. and Washington state are now formally celebrating June 19 to mark the end of slavery.
Providers say the county is not ready for Washington state's eviction moratorium to end.
Adam Jentleson and Elie Mystal discuss the structural issues they say threaten how we govern, and the solutions they believe are within reach.
State dollars will take mental health services in a new direction with two projects: a psychiatric hospital near Northgate Mall and a proposed behavioral health center at Harborview.
A year after bold proclamations about "reimagining" policing and safety, some members say they need to refocus their efforts.
Not long ago, halting an airport expansion over climate issues and environmental justice concerns might have seemed far-fetched. But times are changing.
Despite no mandate from school districts or state officials, 30% of Washington children ages 12 to 15 have started the vaccination process.