Seattle Weekly's owner, Everett-based Sound Publishing, confirmed that the once-influential newsweekly would go web-only this week, after 42 years in print.
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- Samsung delays folding phone launch after breaking issues
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Sales of new U.S. homes increased 4.5% in March, the third straight monthly gain as the housing market appears to be cautiously recovering from a mortgage rate spike last year that caused homebuying to slump. The Commerce Department says that new homes sold at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 692,000 in...