Homelessness is a nationwide concern, but is especially prevalent in Washington D.C. Last week, near the affluent neighborhood of Georgetown, city officials dismantled a tent city that had sprouted up under a freeway underpass. NewsHour looks at some of those…
By Gene Johnson, Associated Press
SEATTLE -- Many voters don't have the money to donate to political candidates or don't care enough to bother. But what if the government gave them $100 to dole out as they saw fit?…
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
The chairman of the panel investigating the deadly 2012 Benghazi attacks said Sunday that new information reveals a "total disconnect" between the security needs of U.S. personnel on the ground and the political priorities of Hillary Rodham Clinton's State Department…
By Colleen Shalby
It seemed like nearly all of Washington, D.C., and visitors beyond waited with bated breath for Pope Francis' first visit to America.
By Ken Christensen, KCTS9/Earthfix
In recent years, research has shown that rare fungi found in the old-growth forests of Western Washington can help fight viruses, including tuberculosis, smallpox and bird flu. What if the honeybee would see similar health benefits from wood-rotting mushrooms?…
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Hillary Clinton marked the bicentennial of the Foundry United Methodist Church in Washington on Sunday, the place where, she said, allowed her family to worship, contemplate life and step outside the commotion of life in the White House.
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Forest Service spent a record $243 million last week battling forest fires around the country, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Thursday.
By Joan Lowy, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — More jobs and cheaper gasoline come with a big, honking downside: U.S. roads are more clogged than ever now that the recession is in the rearview mirror.
The national debate over education quality is playing out in Washington state this week, where state leaders are set to begin addressing inequalities in public school funding next week. The meetings come on the heels of a state Supreme Court…
By Katie Campbell, KCTS9/EarthFix
Big money and human health are at stake when it comes to Puget Sound's most lucrative clams and the people charged with protecting them.
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