BIRDSVIEW — On land nestled against the Skagit River and surrounded by forested hills, a team of state and tribal staff took on the task of installing a 2 mile long, 6 ½-foot tall fence this summer.
WASHINGTON — Months before becoming president-elect of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai began spending tens of thousands of dollars on lobbyists in the United States, using his ties to the West to seek influence in Washington.
Jemma Gonzales and her mom, Brynn Gonzales, stood in an aisle at the Clark College Bookstore, looking at the required textbook for the 18-year-old's German class.
The state’s grievance arbitration system was designed to protect public employees from discipline without just cause and violations of their employment contracts. Yet some arbitrator decisions reinstating police officers terminated for criminal activity or alleged criminal activity have called into question whether the arbitration system serves the interest of public trust in law enforcement.
I found myself back in Chicago this week at a news media conference and — during a break — headed to one of my favorite haunts: A journalists' hangout known as the Billy Goat Tavern.
WASHINGTON — Secret Service agents in Virginia and Washington earlier this summer twice interviewed an Army veteran accused of climbing over a White House fence during the weekend and running into the executive mansion in the two months before the embarrassing security breach, a federal law enforcement said Tuesday.
A new study released Monday found that warming temperatures in Pacific Ocean waters off the coast of North America over the past century closely followed natural changes in the wind, not increases in greenhouse gases related to global warming.