A state court dismissed a key union objection to a think tank’s effort to inform home health aides that they are not obligated to pay union dues.
A Christian pro-life group was kicked out of a Seattle coffee shop by the owner, Ben Borgman, who told the group, “I’m gay, you have to leave.”
The attorney general of Washington, D.C., announced on Thursday that the city would not appeal to the Supreme Court a federal appeals court decision striking down a provision in its strict gun-carry law.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray (D.) resigned Tuesday after yet another man—the mayor’s younger cousin—came forward saying he was abused by Murray as a child.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled against a high school football coach in Washington state who was suspended for kneeling in prayer at midfield after games.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray called for the removal of a monument to confederate soldiers, and a statue of Vladimir Lenin in a statement Thursday.
The Lincoln Memorial was vandalized early Tuesday morning with red spray paint, according to the National Park Service.
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price threw the first pitch at a Washington Nationals baseball game on Wednesday and was met with boos from the crowd.
Republicans in Washington state are calling for “civil disobedience” in response to a recently passed income tax measure targeting high-income earners living in the city of Seattle.
The District of Columbia has begun implementing its physician-assisted suicide law in spite of a looming clash with the Republican-controlled Congress.