Seattle Times editorial page editor Kate Riley explains the editorial board's election endorsement process.
Editorial page editor Riley's column appears regularly on editorial pages of The Times.
Opinion | Why no Seattle Times editorial saying we are not enemies of the people? We prove that every day
Here is why The Seattle Times editorial board did not join other newspapers in denouncing President Donald Trump's attacks on the free press.
Opinion pages cover controversy and that includes making recommendations for election candidates. Here’s what the editorial board is asking them in interviews.
Inspirational immigrant stories remind us Trump is wrong – share yours | Kate Riley / Times editorial columnist
The immigrants that President Donald Trump would deny entry have stories not so different from the stories of immigrants throughout American history.
Politicians can only go so far before their constituents will give them a course correction. Ask the state Legislature and the Seattle City Council.
Washington citizens give a damn about public records — as proven by the stunning response to legislative efforts to shield their records from public view.
Editorial page editor Kate Riley explains why The Seattle Times is running a front-page editorial urging Gov. Jay Inslee to veto a bill intended to...
I had a boss who stood up for me against sexist office jerks | Kate Riley / Times editorial columnist
While many prominent men are facing consequences as they are outed for past sexual harassment, there is another lesson here: Don’t stand by and let...
The power of love leads a Seattle woman to donate a kidney so her partner, who needs one, can move up in the donor list.
McCleary impasse: Our children deserve a solution, not an embarrassing civics lesson | Kate Riley / Times editorial columnist
The Legislature needs to stop its dithering over school funding and reform and put Washington’s students first, writes Kate Riley, editorial page editor.