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Eastern Washington's weary Republican voters
Seattle is a blue political bubble, where it can be tough being a Republican. In eastern Washington, voters lean more conservative. But the Spokesman Review reluctantly endorsed President Trump and many Republicans seem dispirited.
Students left behind by online learning
More than a month into the online school year, it's clear many students are struggling. Students with disabilities have been largely left behind.
How the Google antitrust case impacts Seattle tech
The Department of Justice and 11 states are suing Google. They say Google Search is anticompetitive and hurts consumers. Here in Seattle, the lawsuit will be watched closely by the tech sector. Not least by Amazon.
Politics is in for young voters
Years of youth-led protests over climate change, gun control and policing have ignited a new generation of voters. Now young people are turning up at the polls in record numbers.
Casual Friday with Tan Vinh + Melissa Hellman
Another week, another shot at making sense of what life is like now with Seattle Times food writer Tan Vinh and Melissa Hellmann, who covers South Seattle for the Seattle Times.
Preparing for the dark months ahead
The third wave of Coronavirus is upon us. As winter approaches, we’re grappling with the prospect of darker days, in this time of social distance. The impending isolation is hitting home in the mountain communities of the North Cascades.