Allowing homeless camping almost everywhere and turning a blind eye to harmful criminal behavior certainly is not solution focused.
Seattle Times Op-Eds
The Seattle Times welcomes Op-Eds on any topic for publication in print and online. We value diverse opinion writing that offers a clear point of view. Below are recent Op-Ed columns published in The Times.
Seattle’s most marginalized groups, while they provide lessons on mental-health resilience, face more significant and severe challenges every day that test these strengths and take...
Sixty thousand U.S. troops have been killed and wounded since the attacks on 9-11 to protect us from the terrorists who wish to destroy us...
Staying in the moment is not easy during this pandemic, even when it comes to building a Lego lion.
Picking up the phone and calling an isolated friend, neighbor, or even stranger can have a profound impact. It will always be appreciated, perhaps more...
DoorDash, GrubHub, UberEats, and Postmates are killing restaurants with their high delivery fees.
Coronavirus economy: The Washington State Convention Center addition is in financial trouble | Op-Ed
For the economic health of our region, let’s keep construction of the Convention Center's addition going. Our community depends on it.
In Washington state, 810,000 people have filed for unemployment to date. The consequences and longevity of this economic shutdown are going to be immense.
Transparency advocates have long pushed for live broadcast of U.S. Supreme Court arguments as a matter of principle. Official proceedings in a democracy ought to...
The first priority must be stopping the tsunami of newsroom layoffs around the country and keeping local journalism alive.
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