This is the first time the public is getting a chance to see it since it was returned to the state after a lengthy court battle.
At least two more hearings scheduled this month aim to show how Donald Trump illegally directed a violent mob toward the Capitol on Jan. 6, and then failed to take quick action to stop the attack once it began.
Google said it will delete entries from a person’s location history if it detects a visit to an abortion clinic
Pressure is mounting on Gov. Jay Inslee and Democratic lawmakers in the state House and Senate to follow the lead of other Democratically-led states and provide meaningful tax relief in light of rising inflation.
Simone Biles, Denzel Washington, Gabrielle Giffords and Megan Rapinoe are also on the list of honorees.
Some U.S. churches became the targets of anger following the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Gov. Jay Inslee has issued a directive instructing the Washington State Patrol to not cooperate with out-of-state abortion investigations, a preemptive move in case states where abortion is banned or significantly restricted seek to investigate whether their residents have traveled to the state.
The campaign behind a controversial initiative that would decriminalize personal amounts of almost all illegal drugs has ended its signature-gathering push to get the initiative on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Starting July 1, several new laws will go into effect for Washington state, including new gun restrictions, alerts for missing Indigenous people, increased toll rates and increased license plate fees.
One clinic in Austin, Texas, said it usually gets about eight calls a day on average for a vasectomy consultation, but after last week’s Supreme Court decision, the number of calls has skyrocketed to 100 a day, on average.
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court limited the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. Reactions poured in from local elected officials divided along party lines.
Biden's filibuster remarks may cheer supporters who want to see him take more strident stances on the issue, but it's unlikely to change the outcome in Washington.
Predictably, views on Donald Trump's criminal liability break down along party lines.
Pat Cipollone reportedly warned White House aides that Donald Trump was at risk of committing "every crime imaginable."
A Catholic Church was vandalized in Renton Friday night, the same day the U.S. Supreme Court ended the constitutional right to abortion by overturning Roe v. Wade. Authorities say additional patrol will be provided as a precaution for places of worship as well as locations of care for women’s health following similar incidents in the region.
Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani who was a figure in President Donald Trump's first impeachment investigation, was sentenced Wednesday to a year and eight months in prison for fraud and campaign finance crimes.
Two of Congress’ staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday, even as the party’s voters chose to turn out a six-term incumbent in Mississippi.
Republicans in Colorado rejected two prominent candidates whose political profiles were centered on election falsehoods in a reminder that fealty to former President Trump's lies about mass voter fraud is no guarantee of success.
New York’s first female governor positioned herself to become a major voice in the post-Roe landscape.
Abortion bans were temporarily blocked in Louisiana and Utah, while a federal court in South Carolina said a law sharply restricting the procedure would take effect there immediately as the battle over whether women may end pregnancies shifted from the nation’s highest court to courthouses around the country.