The Supreme Court delivered a victory for gun rights, while the Senate passed a gun control bill for the first time in decades.
The Senate passed the most substantial gun safety measure in decades. It includes enhanced background checks for younger buyers and money for mental health and school safety.
The agency ruled against the company’s application to stay on the market, a decisive blow to a once-popular vaping brand that appealed to teenagers.
As debate rages on a plan to renovate the nation’s busiest hub, Amtrak awarded a contract to design a $12 billion expansion that would add train capacity.
As aid workers and volunteers rushed to help, survivors told harrowing tales of death and destruction.
The House Jan. 6 committee played testimony from former Trump aides who said at least half a dozen Republicans had pre-emptively sought clemency.
His houses cantilevered from cliffs, straddled canyons and sprung from mountains; they would come to define the Southern California landscape.
Cleveland High School educators are resigning to protest Seattle Public Schools' decision to remove the school's principal for revealing COVID protocol changes.
In a sport that rewards speed, sometimes it’s healthier to be the tortoise than to be the hare.
Seattle city planners are seeking public input on the city's 20-year growth plan.
If you are known to turn a lush house plant into a rotting carcass, here are a few expert tips for making greenery thrive.
Paul Pelosi, the husband of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, has been charged with driving under the influence by prosecutors in Northern California.
The move in a religion case offers hopes to those worried about the dominance of the court’s conservative majority.
A rockslide early Thursday damaged part of a cruise ship dock in the historic Klondike Gold Rush community of Skagway in southeast Alaska.
U.S. Supreme Court ruling won’t directly affect WA concealed carry, but delivers a blow to gun-safety efforts, state officials say
In response to the Supreme Court decision, Gov. Jay Inslee committed Thursday to upholding the state's relatively stringent gun control efforts.
One of Ukraine’s top soccer teams rushed its youth academy players out of the path of war in February. Months later, many of the boys are stuck in a lonely limbo.
The Burmese python caught by a team of trackers breaks a record and shows the invasive species surviving in Florida’s ecosystem despite efforts to remove those snakes.
Researchers found bacterial cells so large they are easily visible to the naked eye, challenging ideas about how large microbes can get.
Police say officers arrested a convicted sex offender in southern Oregon after a child was sexually touched at a YMCA swimming pool.
A state court judge says he is tentatively inclined to agree with the state elections office that the fifth-place finisher in a special primary for Alaska’s U.S. House seat cannot replace a candidate who abruptly dropped out.