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Cause of Seattle utility pole collapse still unknown, City Light restores temporary power

Seattle City Light officials say they are still struggling to figure out what caused the collapse of 26 utility poles near the Museum of Flight earlier this month. As of Friday, the utility company ... read more

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'We feel disrespected': Anger after Seattle gives Columbus Day the boot replacing it with Indigenous Peoples' Day

The Seattle City Council voted unanimously Monday to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day in the city, ABC News reports. Many gathered at the Seattle city hall building to hear the ... read more

POSTSEASON NOTES: A treatise on belief, the habit of winning and finding the good stuff

It was dark inside the ballpark, but I could still hear horns blaring and people shouting euphoric ... He allowed everything to collapse around him. It frustrated teammates and coaches when he’d say ... read more

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The farce of an ideologically neutral curriculum

We will never reach an agreement on what world view we should expose to our children, which is why we should get rid of the national curriculum altogether, writes Chris Berg. Christopher Pyne has done ... read more

Hejduk signs on for one more year

The Duke just signed a one-year contract extension with the team, through 2010-11. I’m still waiting to dig out what the contract will be worth. Probably have it on soon. Hejduk is coming off another ... read more

Trucker describes moment he hit Washington bridge and made it collapse

He looked in his rearview mirror and watched in horror as the span collapsed ... find a temporary span for the Skagit, although it won't come in time for the tens of thousands of Memorial Day ... read more

Food Policy Experts Comment on Bests, Worsts, and What's to Come

packaging and storing food in ways that promoted contamination with microorganisms that cause food poisoning. The fact that so many problems failed to be detected by Whole Foods' quality-control ... read more

Online, It's Target Clinton

From the outset, as she sat on a couch and announced her candidacy via online video, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton has had a complicated relationship to the Internet and, in comparison to her chief ... read more

over a ‘provocative’ action

ity of the claims, and a final report will be submitted within few days. KUWAIT: A screen grab taken yesterday from the Kuwait Meteorological Department’s website showing the weather forecast for ... read more

Death spiral for cars. By 2030, you probably won’t own one

So yes, this applies to Australia,” Seba tells RenewEconomy. “And this is going to happen ... By 2030, 40 per cent of cars will still be privately owned, but they will only account for 5 per cent of ... read more

Seymour fined $7,500 for pulling Clady’s hair

Oakland Raiders’ defensive end Richard Seymour was fined $7,500 by the NFL for the unnecessary roughness penalty he received for pulling on the cornrows belonging to Broncos’ left tackled Ryan Clady. read more

'But Who Shall Guard The Guardians?'

Galbraith about the causes of the economic crisis and how the U.S. might ... Juvenal asked “Sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes,” which translates to “But who shall guard the guardians?” Juvenal’s ... read more

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