Mike Davis had a rough childhood, but a word here and there from concerned adults put him on a positive path. Now, he’s the concerned adult.
An anti-poverty warrior makes a case for improving the whole economy by taking reasonable steps to fight poverty.
Women still earn less than men for full-time work. That can change, but only if we take a closer look at the structures that maintain the disparity.
Seattle School district should allow high-school seniors to discuss the tough issues that affect their lives.
It’s easy to judge the lowest-paid workers, but how we view and treat them is a measure of our values as communities and businesses.
A University of Washington professor’s new book emphasizes the distance between tea-party supporters and mainstream conservatives.
An author searches the country for important but little-known history that deserves to be remembered, especially on Memorial Day.
“Breaking Chains” explores the Northwest’s relationship to slavery and its impact on everything from politics to the course of individual lives.
Research reinforces an old idea: Whether you’re served food or ideas, it pays to be careful about what you ingest.
Olympia should move forward with a stricter approach to drunken driving despite real obstacles.
Neighborhoods where there is a healthy sense of community have the best chance of avoiding the pain Ariel Castro caused in Cleveland.