How The GOP Health Bill Would Affect YouHere are some of the legislation's more prominent features
Inslee Slams Congress' Vote On Health CareThe GOP bill faces an uncertain fate and potentially significant revisions in the U.S. Senate.
Ryan Expresses Confidence in Retaining House Speaker PostRyan retains the support of a strong majority of congressional Republicans. But some GOP lawmakers are unhappy that he distanced himself from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and didn't campaign for him.
If Clinton Wins, More in GOP Say No To 9 on Supreme CourtSeveral Republicans have said if the voters elect Clinton, they'll block her nominees, effectively abandoning their advice and consent role for her entire term.
Decision Time: Will Washington Delegates Vote For Trump?After failing to place Ted Cruz into nomination as the GOP presidential candidate, members of the Washington state delegation must now decide if they will vote for Donald Trump in November.
GOP Hopes To Flip Snohomish County To Their Side"This is the most unpredictable and important election year in our nation in a long, long time..."
Washington State GOP Convention Opens In PascoWith Donald Trump emerging as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, a little of the drama has been removed from the state GOP convention that opened in Pasco on Wednesday.
Trump To Hold Rallies in Lynden and Spokane SaturdayFirst rally will be held at noon at the Spokane Convention Center and the next at 3 p.m on the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds in Lynden. Unions and activists groups are likely to protest his appearance.
Trump Reads Sen. Graham's Personal Phone NumberDonald Trump disclosed an opponent's cell number in a fiery speech
Gov. Inslee Blames GOP For Climate FailuresWashington Gov. Jay Inslee has gained national attention for rolling out some of the most ambitious climate initiatives in the country, signing pacts with other Western states and speaking at an international summit.
Murray, Cantwell Face Changes In Next CongressNow that Republicans will control the U.S. Senate, Washington's two Democratic senators will see their roles change in the nation's capital
Senate Candidate Monica Wehby: Ex-Staffer Copied Policies Republican U.S. Senate candidate Monica Wehby on Wednesday blamed a former staff member for policy positions that matched statements from other Republicans word-for-word