The baseless movement claims satanic pedophiles run the world. One professor describes it as ‘a decentralized online conspiracy cult.’
A local cash payment program, with no strings attached, could demonstrate the idea's worth for the rest of the country.
Washington schools are reinventing what it means to be a bus driver — or deciding whether they can keep them at all.
We all need a break, but we're not resting. And neither should you.
Waiting on Congress to pass a new coronavirus relief bill is one factor. The November election is another.
Rural-urban polarization is growing, the Democratic civil war continues and other lessons from the Aug. 4 primary.
Los trabajadores que no pueden acceder a la ayuda federal, como el cheque de estímulo, recibirán un apoyo vital del estado.
Five news outlets are fighting a judge’s order to turn over unpublished protest photos and video to police.
Inmate death rates are rising even as prison populations shrink. State lawmakers are taking a closer look at the data and potential solutions.
Loren Culp will be the Republican candidate for governor, while Democrat Marilyn Strickland was leading the race for an open seat in Congress.
Tuesday's results will narrow the field in dozens of races, including for governor and an open seat in Congress.
Unions are spending big to unseat a centrist Democrat who opposes tax increases, while business-backed groups fight to keep him.
A Black person hasn't served in the state Senate for a decade. That could change with this year's election.
Recent protests against police brutality could spur new rules — and new ways to hold officers accountable.
Other states are allowing electronic signatures to count on election petitions during the pandemic. Should Washington do the same?
After political consultants of color demanded change earlier this month, the chair of the Washington State Democrats says, ‘They were right to call us out on it, and we’ve got to fix it.’