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by: Rob McKenna
How Charlottesville and Trump reveal CEO character
Three major company CEOs left President Donald Trump's advisory council after the tardy and half-hearted condemnation of the alt-right's ugly demonstration. Most remain aboard. Why?
Outspoken WSU wolf researcher says university, lawmakers silenced and punished him
Health officials: Trump’s opioid announcement could mean more resources for Washington
President Donald Trump’s declaration Thursday that opioid overdose deaths are a public health emergency was low on specifics, but Washington’s top public health official said the order could bring needed resources to the state.
Trump names hate groups, denouncing Charlottesville violence
WASHINGTON (AP) — Under relentless pressure, President Donald Trump on Monday named and condemned "repugnant" hate groups and declared that "racism is evil" in a far more forceful statement than...
Washington college grads carry less debt than students in other states, survey finds
Students who graduated from Washington colleges are carrying less debt than students from many other states, a new survey shows.
In new threat, Trump demands North Korea ‘get their act together’
Issuing a new threat to North Korea, President Donald Trump demanded that North Korea “get their act together” or face extraordinary trouble. He said his previous warning of “fire and fury” if Pyongyang threatened the U.S. again might have been too soft.
How states are handling Trump's voter information request
How states are handling Trump's voter information request.
Bellevue bans safe-injection sites for heroin users
Bellevue voted to ban safe injection sites, although none has been proposed for King County’s second-largest city. The prospect of hosting an injection site is causing political ripples across the county, and resistance seems to have stalled the sites.