How do you book record profits and still pay no federal taxes? The tax wonk who discovered that Amazon has done this two years in a row worries that "the great disruptor" may be starting to destabilize democracy itself.
The Seattle Times" I’m paying more to the U.S. government for 2018 than Amazon," writes columnist Danny Westneat.
In an open letter to law enforcement, Ferguson wrote that he was confident the wide-ranging law was constitutional and would withstand court challenges, but that he was concerned about threats — mostly from county sheriffs — to not enforce the...
The Seattle TimesBREAKING: County sheriffs who say they won’t enforce Washington’s new, stricter gun laws could be held liable, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said on Tuesday. (via @davidlgutman)
Legislation that would allow erasure of more than 226,000 misdemeanor marijuana convictions is being considered by state lawmakers.
The Seattle TimesIn the month since Gov. Jay Inslee offered pardons to thousands convicted of misdemeanor marijuana offenses, just 13 have been officially pardoned. But a proposal with the potential to clear of criminal records for thousands of others is gaining steam.
The Lunar New Year is celebrated across Asia, from Vietnam, where it is known as Tet, to South Korea, where it is called Seollal. Celebrants take part in religious rituals, community events and family reunions.
The Seattle Times🐷 The Lunar New Year is celebrated across the continent, from Vietnam, where it is known as Tet, to South Korea, where it is called Seollal. Celebrants take part in religious rituals, community events and family reunions. 🐖
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In his autobiography to be released Monday, Schultz spends about five pages recounting his disastrous ownership of the Seattle SuperSonics and makes his clearest apology yet for his role in allowing the team to be sold and moved to Oklahoma...
The Seattle TimesHoward Schultz is also belatedly apologizing to Seattle sports fans for his role in sending the Sonics to Oklahoma City.
In his 10th and final year on the ballot, Edgar Martinez joined Ken Griffey Jr. as the second player to wear a Mariners cap in the Baseball Hall of Fame, completing his climb from 25.2 percent of the vote to easily eclipsing the 75 percent needed...
By the thinnest of margins, the S&P 500 was spared its first 20 percent decline since 2009, a record run for the bulls. Some observers blamed increasingly frantic emanations from the Donald Trump White House for giving another push to the downward...
The Seattle TimesBy the thinnest of margins, the S&P 500 was spared its first 20 percent decline since 2009, a record run for the bulls. Some observers blamed increasingly frantic emanations from the Donald Trump White House for giving another push to the downward trend.
Despite a globe-trotting military and political career that spanned more than 40 years, Mattis has kept coming back to Richland — for high-school reunions, jury duty, visits to the local VFW and to serve on the board of the local food bank.
The Seattle TimesJames Mattis' resignation letter echoed themes from a 2011 speech in Richland, long before he became Secretary of Defense.
If ever asked to do something he considered “immoral,” Mattis said, he “would be back fishing on the Columbia River tomorrow.”
A giant menorah was lit to celebrate the Festival of Lights in Ballard's Bergen Place Park on Sunday, December 2. Hosted by Chabad of Northwest Seattle, the lighting of the menorah is an annual tradition.