By Tom Kenworthy on October 31, 2013
A typically obscure election in Washington is drawing big money from climate activists and the coal industry alike.
By Bryce Covert on October 31, 2013
Even with costs taken into consideration, expanded paid sick days would net employers $2 million a year.
By Ryan Koronowski on October 28, 2013
53 million people living in what would be the world’s fifth-largest economy will now be participating in a “far-reaching strategic alignment to combat climate change and promote clean energy.”
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By Aviva Shen on October 28, 2013
Human beings who live in Washington have donated .0025 percent of the total funding blitz leveled against the upcoming GMO labeling initiative.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on October 9, 2013
"In no other part of our country are Americans facing the loss of basic municipal or state services due to the federal government shutdown," DC's Mayor Vince Gray wrote to President Obama.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on October 8, 2013
The federal shutdown shouldn't keep you away from Washington--and in fact, it's a chance to get to learn to love Washington, DC for itself.
By Kiley Kroh on October 1, 2013
"Extraordinary" Pacific Northwest storms bring hurricane-force winds and smash precipitation records throughout the region.
By Tom Kenworthy on September 30, 2013
A county council election in Washington is drawing national attention due to the huge role it could play in determining the future of coal exports from the Pacific Northwest.
By Hayes Brown on September 17, 2013
In the days after a tragedy in the heart of America's national security system, the GOP is instead focusing on talking points and conspiracy theories.
By Bryce Covert on September 17, 2013
City council members will propose an expansion of paid sick days to cover workers who were originally excluded.