The overwhelming majority of D.C.'s Beltway Insiders think the American public is pitifully uninformed on government policy.
The two metros have consistently been atop rankings of the most affluent urban areas in recent years, but Silicon Valley has taken the upper hand
A local heroin task force suggested that the city try what’s worked in several places outside the US: Spaces for addicts to safely get high without fear of law enforcement.
The court found that federal authorities can't use taxpayer money to prosecute people complying with state medical marijuana laws — but the decision is hardly iron-clad.
In a marijuana-related case, the United States Court of Appeals found that it's unconstitutional for police to pull over cars simply because they have out-of-state license plates.
By Justin Ling
A coalition of countries is ramping up support for Iraqi and Kurdish forces ahead of an effort to liberate the Islamic State's two biggest cities. Is it going to be enough?
By Tess Owen
Russian officials say that the American diplomat was really a CIA agent and that a guard who tackled him to the ground was just doing his job.
Seattle police nabbed seven runners from a half-dozen illegal marijuana delivery services in a buy-bust sting, but all the suspects were allowed to walk free.
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Five police officers were injured and nine people were arrested after hundreds of black-clad "anticapitalist" protesters stormed through downtown Seattle.
By Sarah Mimms
Larry Dawson was shot twice after allegedly aiming a realistic looking BB gun at officers in the US Capitol on Monday. Police have not released the security camera footage.
By Ryan Faith
At the Nuclear Industry Summit in Washington, DC, the world's nuclear facilities appear relatively safe and secure, but the trend lines may not be headed in the right direction.
By Liz Fields
The Vermont senator earned his first sweep against Hillary Clinton on a night with multiple contests, but he'll have to continue his winning streak with large margins to overcome her edge.
Daniel Seth Franey allegedly planned to ambush cops and attack a military base, but there’s little indication he intended to follow through with his threats until he met an undercover FBI agent.
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The former press aide to Russia’s president, who was found dead in a Washington hotel room last November, died of trauma to the head — not of a heart attack as originally said.
In a nod to Israeli requests during defense aid negotiations with Washington, Biden affirmed on Wednesday that Israel's regional military clout should be preserved.
By Tess Owen
Police are still trying to piece together what happened in a shooting that left several family members and a gunman dead in a small town west of Seattle.
Researchers have found high levels of pharmaceuticals in the waters and fish of Puget Sound — and that could cause problems for humans, too.
The Security Council held its first open session on Yemen after nearly nine months of conflict.
The methane contributes to ocean acidification, which is impacting the shellfish industry in the Pacific Northwest, but is probably not a big contributor to climate change — yet.
A lawyer for the family of Antonio Zambrano-Montes says three police officers in Washington state won’t face charges for killing the undocumented farmworker.