Chinese bullet train in Venezuela stalls
By JOSHUA GOODMAN
Cattle now graze on grass amid the rubble of the project's looted factory, once a bustling complex with 800 workers.
Oregon officials crack down on lead levels in Portland air
Health officials said the levels of lead found at a daycare center were capable of permanently lowering a child's IQ.
This unloved bull market expected to move higher
By STAN CHOE
After a horrendous start to the year, stocks have shown remarkable resilience and have clawed back the ground they lost since 2016 began.
GSA to transfer or sell 9 buildings in Auburn
By JOURNAL STAFF
City seeks comments on how keep freight moving
A new draft plan highlights $394 million in freight improvements in the 2015 Levy to Move Seattle.
Suquamish join $2B federal land buyback
The Suquamish Tribe's Port Madison Reservation in Kitsap County is one of more than 60 reservations selected to join a $1.9 billion federal initiative to return land to the control of tribal governments.
Georgia and S.C. start seeking permits for $4.5B joint seaport
By RUSS BYNUM
The two states are expected to split the $15 million costs of preparing for the required permits over the next three years.
Gender-neutral bathrooms promoted on Yale campus
By PAT EATON-ROBB
Visitors at Yale University's 315th commencement noticed something new on campus this year — gender-neutral bathrooms in 23 buildings.
Planned Parenthood starts $5M facility
Planned Parenthood of Spokane has broken ground on a new $5 million health care facility.
Stocks close slightly lower
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