Mike Baker is the Seattle bureau chief, reporting primarily from the Northwest and Alaska.
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By Mike Baker
Prosecutors are building a follow-the-string murder case against a romance novelist. She says their real story is one about love.
Mr. Little’s victory most likely secures him a second term come November — Idaho hasn’t elected a statewide Democrat in two decades.
Ahead of a primary vote, traditional Republicans are raising alarm about the future of the party, warning about the growing strength of militia members, racists and the John Birch Society.
By Mike Baker, Alexandra Glorioso and Austyn Gaffney
By Mike Baker and Kristin Hussey
As climate change opens up the Arctic for transit and exploration, Russia has increasingly militarized the region. The U.S. is preparing a more aggressive presence of its own.
The law, modeled after one in Texas, bans abortions after about six weeks and allows some people — including relatives of rapists — to sue abortion providers.
The move follows similar transitions announced in states like California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Oregon.