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Bazile said she found no evidence that Democratic primaries were rigged

WASHINGTON — Donna Brazile, the former interim head of the Democratic National Committee, said Sunday that she had found “no evidence” of rigging of the


From Tribune Washington Bureau, McClatchy Washington Bureau and Newsweek.

Voters Say They’re Voting Democrat in Midterms

Democrats vying for seats in the House may have a leg up on their Republican competitors in 2018. Fifty-one percent of registered voters said that

Howard Dean: Jared Kushner Will Probably Be Indicted

Special counsel Robert Mueller will probably indict President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, former Democratic National Committee Chair Howard Dean predicted Sunday.

GOP Senators Criticize Trump Over FBI Comments

As Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia moved forward with its first indictments last week, some senior

‘This isn’t a guns situation’: Trump says Texas shooter was ‘deranged’

TOKYO — President Donald Trump said Monday that the South Texas shooting that killed at least 26 people wasn’t “a guns situation,” and blamed it

Pro Publica Up Front

Despite Trump Campaign Promise, Billionaires’ Tax Loophole Survives Again

From early in the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump swore he’d do away with the so-called carried-interest loophole, the notorious tax break that allows highly

The Conversation Up Front

Why social media may not be so good for democracy

The problem is not about Facebook alone, but much larger: Social media is actively undermining some of the social conditions that have historically made democratic nation states possible.

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Housing Not Sweeps Community Event

November 11 |

Please join us for a neighborhood meeting and discussion on how we can stop the city-funded sweeps of unsheltered communities and tax big business to

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Anti-Racism Workshop: Solidarity with Natives

November 12 | Duwamish Longhouse

The third of three workshops 350 Seattle is hosting to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba,

Pack the Court

November 17 | King County Courthouse

This summer, Seattle City Council took a first step in tackling the state’s regressive tax structure when they passed the high-income-earners tax. The ultra-right Freedom

BlackLivesMatterFriday 4.0 -Racism. It Stops With Me

November 24 | Westlake Park

Racism,Stops With Me – Black Liberation starts with you Do Black Lives and your life matter more then Black Friday Deals? If it does… Then

Seattle Sounds

Queens of the Stone Age

January 25 | Key Arena

Death from Above with The Beaches

November 20 | The Showbox

Motion predicates progression. Death From Above certainly kept moving on their third full-length album, Outrage! Is Now (Last Gang Records/Warner Bros. Records). While gleefully maintaining

Jonny Lang

November 28 | The Neptune

It is hard to believe that at 36 years old Jonny Lang has already had a successful career for two decades. Easier to believe when

Hayden James with Baynk and Grace Pitts

November 28 | The Crocodile

After 3 short years since releasing his first track, Hayden James has created his own imprint on the global music community with a sound like

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