You asked, we answered.
You don’t have to be a planetary exploration specialist to understand this science (but we talked to one anyway).
The race is on for Washington’s 9th. Also, we hear more about ballot initiative 1631 on carbon fees, and remember Paul Allen.
DNA testing is becoming increasingly widespread; in this instance, it’s being used to bolster political bona fides and has sparked discussions about whether genes have anything to do with identity.
“We now know, and the Supreme Court decision affirmed, that zip code and race are likely determinants of whether the accused is given the death penalty. There is nothing equal, fair, or just if that has occurred. And unfortunately, it has.”
Congestion pricing: the good, the bad, and the eye-popping pricetag of London’s driving fee.
Other cities have thrilling electric scooter share: why not Seattle? The hidden danger of two-wheeling it.
Amazon is raising its minimum wage to $15. Is it enough to placate Kshama Sawant (or Bernie Sanders, for that matter)? And when it comes to income inequality: is it enough, period?
The playoff run that wasn’t.
A presidential historian reminds us that the country has passed through rocky times before.