Washington state's attorney general declared Monday that he was suing President Donald Trump over his temporary ban on immigration from seven countries with majority-Muslim populations.
By Bill Corcoran, Byron Gudiel
Putting a price on carbon is just one tool in the toolbox for cutting climate pollution, not a solution in and of itself, the columnists say.
By Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press
Gun control supporters hope passage of the proposals shows widening support for more measures designed to keep firearms away from dangerous people.
By Kristin Wyatt, Associated Press
Congress' inaction on the $7.25 hourly minimum wage is again playing out on state ballots, with voters in four states considering an increase and another considering wages for the youngest workers…
By Associated Press
An initiative on the November ballot asks voters whether the state should impose the nation's first direct carbon tax.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, Arcan Cetin, the suspect in Saturday’s mall attack in Washington state, made a confession and has been charged with premeditated murder after allegedly gunning down five. Also, a man opened fire at a strip mall…
By Michael D. Regan, Corinne Segal
The authorities arrested Arcan Cetin in Oak Harbor, Washington, on Saturday night, after Island County Sheriff's Lt. Mike Hawley recognized the suspect while on patrol.
By PBS NewsHour
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, we visit the rural pastures of Cle Elum, in Washington state, where seven former lab chimpanzees are honorary citizens. Known throughout the world as the “Cle Elum 7,” these chimps have been…
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
Lawmakers will likely do what they do best: the bare minimum.
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