JOSH BITTERMAN, a fourth-generation Eastern Washington farmer, transformed a long-empty fruit-packing plant in the Chelan County town of Monitor into a budding new agri-business. But now the local powers want to send him, and others like him, packing.
Donald Trump's horrible-no-good-very-bad-day got worse when Robert Mueller dropped a second (or would it be third?) shoe in the form of Trump's one-time foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos pleading guilty to lying about his involvement with Russians trying to hijack the 2016 election.
Seattle councilwoman Kshama Sawant was elected in 2013 and again in 2015 to expand the city’s political dialogue to the left, but her penchant for bombast over governance — a combination already poisoning the national discourse —has undermined her agenda and now is costing taxpayers real money.
Once upon a time, Glenn Nelson covered the Seattle Sonics for the Seattle Times. He was excellent at his job, but people didn't really start to take notice until he joined an NBA player in a silent protest during the national anthem.
IF YOU’RE NOT a Twitter denizen, chances are you may not be familiar with Seth Abramson. While he’s a periodic guest on CNN, BBC and more, his impressive intellect and work largely is consumed by political junkies.
Bob Ferguson isn’t the only attorney in Washington state on the forefront of the battle against Donald Trump’s rhetorical and policy assaults on immigrants and DACA recipients. Enoka Herat is bringing a two-pronged fight to this throw down.