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Students and teachers in classrooms around the globe will join in a worldwide initiative called Hour of Code next week.
Should prostitution be legalized?
Should the federal government stop offering subsidized student loans?
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Nelson Mandela shakes hands with Seattle Times Assistant Managing Editor Carole Carmichael in the newsroom of The Sowetan, in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1993.
An advisory group is urging the state Legislature to sharply increase penalties for impaired driving, including setting tougher minimum sentences and making repeat offenses felonies sooner, according to The Seattle Times .
Seattle Times reader Michael Burke's peekaboo photo of the Space Needle at sunset, as seen through bare branches on Capitol Hill.
Dave Harmonson of Seattle, also known as "Country Dave, " performs in the A gates at Sea-Tac Airport.
Sunday's theft of the Victoria Clipper IV from Seattle's Pier 69 made national and international news, and well it should.
Delta Air Lines is going after more of Seattle-based Alaska Airlines' turf, adding flights from Sea-Tac Airport to Vancouver, B.C., and Fairbanks.
Actor Christopher Evan Welch, a native Texan well-known to Seattle audiences from his school/work here, died Monday in Los Angeles.
The Bellingham Herald reports the 18-year-old suspect made it easy for officers to spot him last weekend by wearing a red and white Santa hat.
Lady Gaga, whose new disc "Artpop" is the No. 1 album in the country, has announced a Seattle date on her "artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball" tour.
Fourteen years ago, Britney Spears sashayed onto the worldwide pop stage as a teen idol, and now is improbably making excellent albums as an adult.
One person was trapped when a grain silo collapsed at a farm near the Pierce County, Wash., community of Roy, a rescue official said Monday.
Officials are reviewing security for a commercial U.S.-to-Canada ferry service after they say a sex offender managed to take off in one of the ships from the Seattle waterfront, a theft that risked collisions in busy Elliott Bay.
Jack Macdonald, an elderly man known for cutting coupons and wearing holey sweaters, has left a staggering donation of $188 million to three Seattle institutions.
Should they cut Metro transit routes despite growing ridership? Or convince voters to raise taxes and car tab fees? If the Legislature doesn't pass a transportation package that lets them do this, will they have to resort to an old law that allows them to go it alone, but raise less revenue? Seattle Times transportation reporter Mike Lindblom ... (more)