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Even After Civil-rights Boycott, Facebook Still Doesn’t Get It | The Seattle Times
Facebook must change its rules to stop hate on its platforms.
cover News Jul 27, 2020, Monday
Sinclair Says It Won’t Air Fauci Conspiracy Theory Segment | The Seattle Times
The Sinclair Broadcast Group says it will not air a segment on its “America This Week” program in which a conspiracy theorist speculates about Dr. Anthony Fauci and the coronavirus.
cover Politics Jul 24, 2020, Friday
Durkan Pleads For Calm As Federal Agents Poised Near Seattle | The Seattle Times
Mayor Jenny Durkan said she feared what has happened in Portland — nightly, violent clashes between protesters and camouflaged federal agents — could happen here.
cover News Jul 24, 2020, Friday
Federal Judge Blocks Seattle Law Banning Crowd Control Weapons As City Braces For Tumult | The Seattle Times
The U.S. Department of Justice, citing Seattle's longstanding police consent decree, argued that banning the use of crowd control weapons could actually lead to more police use of force.
cover News Jul 22, 2020, Wednesday
Seattle man hospitalized after protesting in Portland sues Trump, Homeland Security secretary
A Seattle man who came to Portland to protest Saturday night and ended up in a hospital emergency room after he said he was assaulted by federal agents is suing President Donald Trump and the acting secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. News Jul 17, 2020, Friday
After 4 days, 2 explosions, Navy warship fire extinguished
A fire on the USS Bonhomme Richard at a San Diego naval base has been extinguished after a four-day battle against one of the worst infernos to rip through a U.S. warship outside of combat in recent years, the Navy said Thursday. News Jul 06, 2020, Monday
Seattle City Council passes new “JumpStart” tax on high salaries paid by big businesses
News Seattle 0 News Jul 06, 2020, Monday
Call it the ‘boss tax:’ Seattle finally finds a potent way to tax the rich | Danny Westneat News Jun 15, 2020, Monday
Seattle City Council Bans Police Use Of Tear Gas And Chokeholds As Protests For Black Lives Continue | The Seattle Times
Protests over police killings yielded some initial legislative results in Seattle on Monday as demonstrators continued to honor people slain by officers and press for systemic changes — not only in a Capitol Hill zone that's attracted nationwide attention, but...
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