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Seattle Considers Reimplementing Masks

Seattle is considering reimplementing mask mandates for travel as the city's emergency rooms saw a slight increase in visits relating to COVID-19.

Tukwila Church Overwhelmed by Migrants, Pleads for Emergency Declaration

A pastor near Seattle is urging local officials to take responsibility for overwhelming their town with migrants and declare a state of emergency after...

Washington State Automatically Registered Many Illegal Immigrants To Vote

Following the latest midterm elections, the Washington Department of Licensing received reports of many foreign nationals being automatically registered to vote in the state.

Fentanyl Kills Nearly 1,500 Americans Every Week, CDC Data Shows

The US is in the midst of a catastrophic fentanyl epidemic that is causing an eye-watering number of deaths and tearing the fabric of American society apart.

Meta Cuts 11,000 Jobs: Zuckerberg Admits He Made Bad Trend Predictions

The company founder admits to overextending investments.

Facebook Parent Company Meta Fined $24.7 Million for Campaign Finance Disclosure Violations

A Washington state judge on Wednesday fined Facebook parent company Meta nearly $25 million for repeatedly and intentionally violating campaign finance disclosure law, in what is believed to be the largest campaign finance penalty in U.S. history.

Two Years After #Defundthepolice, Seattle Is Reaping What It Sowed

Two years after the left demanded police forces across the nation be defunded, the liberal cities that acquiesced are beginning to reap what they sow, struggling under skyrocketing crime and a shortage of officers to handle it.

Biden’s Agencies Spike Housing Problems with More Refugees

President Joe Biden is importing many refugees who are too poor and unskilled to afford decent housing, according to media reports.

Corporate America Relaxes Mask Rules, Reopens Offices as Blue States Relent on COVID-19 Mandates

Retailers await CDC mask update, struggle with fractured landscape

Seattle Officials Considered Giving Up Police Building to BLM Group

The Seattle Times reported past documents Sunday, pointing to the cities idea to transfer a police station to a BLM organization in June 2020.

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