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Apple on Monday became one of the first companies to reveal how the coronavirus that has gripped China was affecting its business, saying it was cutting its sales expectations for this quarter.

Amazon has 37,000 job listings — maybe its most ever. Here's a look at where the company is growing and what jobs it wants to fill.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met top European Union officials on a visit to Brussels on Monday, days before the bloc is expected to release new proposals on regulating artificial intelligence.

A shooting on the Yakama Reservation claimed five lives last year as the tribe dealt with a public safety crisis. The challenges cast a lens on the tangled web of jurisdictional issues that plague Indian Country. (from @marymhudetz  @STWatchdog )

Washington House lawmakers Sunday passed a bill intended to address racial inequity within the cannabis industry by issuing previously forfeited, canceled and revoked retail licenses to applicants of a new social equity program.

Copper wire thieves are wreaking havoc and leaving some Seattle streets in the dark, while City Light struggles to keep up with repairs expected to cost more than $1 million.

Millennials love the idea of retiring early and don’t believe in inflation. That could diminish the Federal Reserve’s firepower.

It is "eminently fair" to label Abraham Lincoln the nation's first "green president," says a historian and author of a new book about the president. Lincoln helped lay the groundwork for future efforts to preserve the environment.

South American military dictatorships combined forces in the late 1970s on a brutal, deadly crackdown. They coordinated used encryption machines that were secretly open to the CIA. What was the CIA's response to the human-rights abuses?

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Billionaire Seahawks owner and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has donated $100,000 to a group aiming to keep Republicans in control of the U.S. House of Representatives. (via )

K-Pop group Pentagon performed in Seattle for the first time last night, bringing together fans from all over the Pacific Northwest. (? : @ErikaJSchultz  and @AndyBaoPhoto ) Full story from @amyewong  here:

What makes a great Mother's Day gift? For @amyewong , it was bonding with her mom over their love of BTS. ? @BTS_twt 

A newly released autopsy report shows Charleena Lyles was shot seven times by police and was pregnant when she died.

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94 percent of the 148 women interviewed, all of whom identified as American Indian or Alaska Native, reported they had been raped or were coerced into sex at least once in their lives.

Ahead of their performance at the Neptune Theatre tomorrow, @official_ACE7  partnered with dance crew @thekompanyuw  for a performance at the University of Washington.

Peek inside Starbucks' new 30,000-square-foot Reserve Roastery in Shanghai.

Survey reveals high rates of sexual assault among Native American women, many of them homeless ( reports):

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BREAKING: There are reports of an active shooter on Central Washington University’s campus in Ellensburg, according to university police. Updates to come. (Via )

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