Good thing it’s all in Seattle.
Did someone just peel an onion?
The server that transmitted her email while she was Secretary of State was run out of her New York state home — an unusual step, the AP reported. The revelation comes after the Times reported that Clinton used a personal email account to conduct official business despite federal law requiring correspondence be retained by the government.
“It is these faces that I asked to do the talking.”
Police in Pasco, Washington, shot and killed Antonio Zambrano-Montes Tuesday evening after he allegedly threw rocks at cars and officers.
The dirty rain was reported Friday in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, leaving meteorologists baffled. “It’s a mystery at this point.”
He said the science on the issue should drive U.S. drug policy.
A Washington state family is asking for cards and letter as a special birthday gift for 8-year-old Bubby.
The lovefest between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in full swing Sunday at the start of the U.S. leader’s visit to India.
The White House released a bilateral factsheet on cybersecurity that fails to make any mention of weakening encryption.
Everybody stop what you’re doing, fly to Washington, and join the search.
A storm over the weekend prompted evacuations in several areas as flooding and mudslides persisted Monday.
President Raul Castro has welcomed the thaw in Cuba-U.S. relations — with one big caveat.
People took to the streets across the country Wednesday night after a grand jury decided not to indict a New York Police Department officer who killed Eric Garner after putting him in a chokehold.
The #FindAMissingPerson hashtag was created to bring awareness to the thousands of people who go missing in the U.S. each year. We challenge you, the internet at large, to help find these 55 missing people.
Shonda Rhimes, make RiRi a GladiatoriRi.
Police said the victim’s boyfriend murdered her and posted photos of her body on the image-sharing site.
BuzzFeed News takes a look at the initiatives voters across the country will decide on Nov. 4 — and whether the referendums have a chance of passing.
Jaylen Fryberg, 15, texted five classmates to sit with him at lunch before he shot them, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Department said. Two of the students have died, three others were wounded, and Fryberg killed himself.
A government official, friends, and witnesses to the shooting identified the gunman Friday as Jaylen Fryberg, a freshman at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. On Nov. 7, 15-year-old Andrew Fryberg became the fourth victim to die from the shooting.
Andrew Fryberg died Friday, Nov. 7 from injuries sustained during the Oct. 24 shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
Video captured the tornado as it tore through the city of Longview, causing damage to several cars and buildings. There were no reports of injuries.
The 2016 presidential hopeful drew a not-so-subtle connection between himself and conservative icon Ronald Reagan.
Oh, and he’s done it with a helicopter before too.
You want a couch in New York? Fuhgetaboutit!
The owner of the Washington Redskins has vowed not to change the NFL team’s name, but action by the Federal Communications Commission could effectively ban it.
South Park ran an ad for an upcoming episode that pokes fun at the team and its name controversy during the Washington vs. Philadelphia game.
“Malia and Sasha would feel the same way.”
You’ll finally feel like part of the show.