A lawsuit alleging Harvard University discriminates against Asian-American students in admissions has brought affirmative action — and its future — into the news.
The first full-length biography of Fred Rogers sheds light on a brilliant career and the dearth of quality, educational children's television programming.
The University of Washington recently opened a permanent food pantry in response to a growing number of college students who are going hungry.
Will Seattle voters pass the new education levy, second largest levy in the city's history? Joni Balter, host of Civic Cocktail on the Seattle Channel, and Q13 News political analyst C.R. Douglas look at the prospects with KUOW’s Angela King.
Children's YouTube is full of addicting content for kids, which can lead users to disturbing and inappropriate videos. James Bridle explains how the Internet's profit structure drives this phenomenon.
Candidates are making their closing arguments to voters this weekend. Also, a trial about race-based admissions at Harvard ends today and liberal blogger Aaron Brown discusses Minnesota's race.
Polls show that Americans broadly support the concept of affirmative action, but oppose preferential treatment for minorities in college admissions.
The district is exercising a clause in its contract to force First Student to pay for additional buses and drivers from competitor Durham Bus Service.