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The Seattle Times 19m
Seattle’s Ijeoma Oluo, author of “So You Want to Talk About Race,” returns with “Mediocre,” in which she addresses the dangerous myth of white male supremacy in the United States. We spoke with Oluo about the new book, race and complicity in 2020 and more.
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The Seattle Times 42m
Seattle's Peter Davis, who bought the Missoula PaddleHeads with his wife, Susan Crampton Davis, is back in a happy place — planning for a 2021 season that finally is taking shape.
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The Seattle Times 2h
Shoppers on Walmart's website who pay a $98-a-year membership fee will get free shipping on orders of any size starting Friday. The move does away with a previous requirement that orders amount to at least $35 to qualify for free shipping.
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The Seattle Times 3h
The National Labor Relations Board rejected Amazon's bid to delay a hearing on the union drive of Alabama workers into January as the e-commerce giant signaled its willingness to vigorously battle employees trying to organize.
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The Seattle Times 3h
For this week's edition of Vintage Pacific NW, we travel all the way back to 1968, for a story by longtime Pacific Northwest Living writer Margery Phillips about a home in Madison Park.
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The Seattle Times 4h
On Oct. 22, Washington State head coach Nick Rolovich asked a simple question of a UW football fan: "Isn't your stadium built on an old garbage dump?" While the Apple Cup collapsed, we set out to find the answer.
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The Seattle Times 5h
Here are 24 new restaurant openings (and three rebrands) around Seattle, including a popular sushi chain, a pastry spot and more.
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The Seattle Times 5h
“When we see that level of pain to the animals in our community, I think that it says very clearly that we have a community that’s in pain. And that’s everybody’s concern.” — Ann Graves, director of the Seattle Animal Shelter
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The Seattle Times 6h
Check out this takeout in Issaquah, including Indian fare with made-from-scratch paneer, amazing ramen kits and fresh cheesy bread.
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The Seattle Times 6h
As government officials prepare to distribute the first coronavirus vaccines to health care workers and nursing home residents, the tens of thousands of people who received placebo shots in trials have become the subject of a thorny debate among experts.
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The Seattle Times 7h
Seattle firefighters pulled a man from his Montlake home after it caught fire Wednesday, according to fire officials. The man was transported to Harborview Medical Center for further treatment after paramedics attempted life-saving efforts at the scene.
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The Seattle Times 7h
A 46-year-old man who recently moved to Washington from Hawaii was charged Monday with first-degree arson, accused of setting a fire last week in his sixth-floor room at the Renton Red Lion hotel.
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The Seattle Times 8h
The United States on Wednesday recorded its single-worst daily death toll since the pandemic began, and on a day when COVID-19 hospitalizations also hit an all-time high, the pace of loss showed no signs of slowing any time soon.
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The Seattle Times 8h
The Supreme Court wrestled Wednesday with whether its April ruling that state court juries must be unanimous for a serious crime conviction should be made retroactive. It could affect thousands of cases in Louisiana, Oregon and Puerto Rico.
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The Seattle Times 8h
The good news: Seahawks defensive end Carlos Dunlap does not appear to have a significant foot injury. The bad news: Itremains unclear if he will play against the New York Giants this Sunday. :
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The Seattle Times 8h
In Seattle, the loss of hotel tax revenue has caused “a crisis” in Seattle, said Matt Griffin, a principal of the Pine Street Group, which is the developer of a $1.8 billion expansion underway at the Washington State Convention Center there.
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The Seattle Times 9h
A ban on imports from a major cotton goods producer escalates U.S. efforts to pressure China on its campaign in Xinjiang, where more than 1 million people — many of them ethnic minorities — have been imprisoned in brutal conditions.
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The Seattle Times 9h
A UW study found that police encounters during childhood increase the risk of arrests in young adulthood for Black students, but not white students. The study, launched nearly 20 years ago, comes in the midst of a national racial-justice reckoning.
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The Seattle Times 9h
United Parcel Service is temporarily restricting packages it takes from some big retailers as online orders spur record deliveries ahead of the holidays. Some retailers are offering alternatives.
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The Seattle Times 9h
More than half of the money from the Treasury's coronavirus emergency fund for small businesses went to just 5% of the recipients, according to data released by the government late Tuesday in response to a Freedom of Information Act request and lawsuit.
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