This week, our roundup of badass women in the news also includes a group of young Girl Scouts and a jewelry-making gynecologist.
The office park, which began life as a Cold War refuge and evolved into today's cookie-cutter landscape, finds a new incarnation in Silicon Valley.
The WHO's new classification of glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, puts it in the company of night shifts and wood smoke as a carcinogen. Sunshine is worse.
Political reporters still treat climate denialism as though it's a normal campaign position. What's the alternative?
After a state employee had to take a mental health evaluation for using the words “climate change,” officials aren't taking any chances.
As Seattlites know, dreariness isn't all about cloud cover.
Here’s a quick cheat sheet so you can hang with the cool kids next time you visit the raw bar.
What's a city to do when smog reaches toxic levels? Cue the car bans, of course.
When gentrification begins, neighborhoods can become more integrated and diverse -- but too often, they then end up predominantly white.
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