29 min ago | Seattle Times
News Corp. is planning to split into two companies. One company will operate as a newspaper and book publisher and will retain the News Corp.
29 min ago | Press-Telegram
Director Richard Linklater, left, with stars Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke, reunited for "Before Midnight," a third film with the same characters.
29 min ago | Bloomberg
News Corp. , set to split in two this June, announced a new slate of board members for each company as well as a $500 million stock repurchasing fund for the publishing business.
3 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
While growing up, Scott C. Johnson often wondered what his father did for a living.
8 hrs ago | The First Post
BARACK OBAMA has insisted that the US can no longer mount "a boundless global war on terror" and has sought to redefine the country's counter-terrorism strategy as it prepares to withdraw from Afghanistan, declaring that "America is at a crossroads". In a speech on Thursday Obama pledged to cut back on drone attacks and reaffirmed his desire to ... (more)
LOS ANGELES: A bridge carrying a freeway over a river in the northwestern US state of Washington partially collapsed on Thursday, sending cars and people plunging into the water below, police said.
News about Seattle City Hall, Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, Washington Governor Jay Inslee, Seattle and King County government and more As he launches his run for Mayor of New York, former Rep.
Nushawn Williams, a New York drug dealer imprisoned amid accusations he infected 13 young women with HIV in the 1990s, does not have the virus that causes AIDS, according to his attorney, who said he arranged for a new blood test as part of efforts to get him released from prison.
A Manhattan Criminal Court Grand Jury indicted Elliot Morales, accused of shooting and killing a gay man in the West Village last weekend for a hate crime murder.
News Census figures show Seattle had the 14th largest population jump among all U.S. cities between 2011 and 2012.
James Bennett, an award-winning illustrator and graduate graduate of Bucks County Community College, will address the 2013 graduating class at its 6 p.m. commencement on Thursday.
Penguin has settled with U.S. states in an e-book price-fixing lawsuit, leaving only Apple now in the fray.
An Army sergeant at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point has been accused of videotaping female cadets in the shower, a defense official said on Wednesday, the latest in a series of sex-related incidents that has rocked the military.
Workers with shovels run to the staging area for a rescue operation underway on the West Side of St.
Dish Network Corp has rolled out an advertising campaign suggesting a deal by a Japanese company to acquire Sprint Nextel Corp could threaten U.S. national security, hoping to sway lawmakers and win support for its rival offer.
Chicago natives Plain White T's have been making the ladies swoon since their 2007 number-one hit "Hey There Delilah" went platinum and lead singer Tom Higgenson made every guy feel dumb they hadn't come up with such sweetly simple metaphors for their own gals.
A new wave of medicines that tap the power of the immune system to fight cancer could become the biggest drug class in history, with potential sales of $35 billion a year.