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Mon, Sep 1, 2014




Editorial: Thank you for helping students with school-supply drive

Guest: The Internet is not like an electric or water utility

Leonard Pitts Jr. / Syndicated columnist | An Uzi, a 9-year-old and American exceptionalism

Editorial: State Supreme Court should be cautious in McCleary school-funding case

Guest: The slide toward an impulse society, thanks to big data and

Trudy Rubin / Syndicated columnist | Sooner than later, U.S. will have to confront Islamic State fighters

David Brooks / Syndicated columnist | What makes for good character in office jockeys

Nicholas D. Kristof | Is everyone a little bit racist?

Guest: Coping with the angst of dropping off your child at college

Editorial notebook: What are your discoveries, disasters about moving to Seattle?

Froma Harrop / Syndicated columnist | The smallness of being in economy class

Editorial: Seattle needs to help Nickelsville instead of sticking it to Little Saigon

Editorial: In wake of Ferguson, expand Seattle police outreach to more communities of color

Guest: James Foley, Ferguson and threats to press freedom

| Tackling the tech industry’s appalling lack of worker diversity

Editorial: How to fix Yakima’s racially polarized elections

What it means for schools to lose control over Title I funds and No Child Left Behind waiver

Guest: Is warehousing mental patients another state constitutional dilemma?

Leonard Pitts Jr. / Syndicated columnist | Michael Brown no angel? Why should it matter?

Editorial: Still time to help students with school-supply drive


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