Tolling Proposed At The Canadian Border The United States is considering tolling Canadians crossing the border. Vaughn Palmer of Vancouver Sun says there are already “fulminations on both sides of the border.”
Let’s Hit The Road Road films are about movement and change. Two new road movies end up in a surprising place. Some classic road movies take the viewer back home again.
All Roads Lead To The Arena District Maybe the road leads to an entertainment district. That’s what Chris Hansen wants for Sodo. The Seattle Times' Jon Talton walks us through the concept.
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The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed it has accepted Boeing's proposed fix to the 787 battery system. It says next week it will issue instructions to operators for making changes to the aircraft.
Boeing officials say pink slips will go out Friday to about a hundred engineers in the Puget Sound area. It’s the first round of more expected cuts for the engineering staff, which Boeing said it plans to reduce by 1,500 to 1,700 positions through layoffs and job openings that will not be filled.
The Supreme Court of Washington ruled Thursday that a corporation can be a victim of identity theft just like a person can under state law. The law makes it a felony to steal the identity of a “person, living or dead.”