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Obama oil tax would fund clean transport

President Barack Obama wants oil companies to pay a $10 fee for every barrel of oil to help fund investments in clean transportation that fight climate change.



Bellevue Marriott sells for $425,000 per room

By JOURNAL STAFF

The new 17-story Marriott at 200 110th Ave. N.E. in downtown Bellevue sold for $163.4 million, property records show.


Pepsi opening NYC craft soda lounge

PepsiCo’s quest to make soda edgy has brought it to one of the great restaurant towns of the world, where it will open its own joint with cuisine “inspired by the exploration of the kola nut.”

Is your phone ready for Sunday's big game?

By TALI ARBEL

It's the pain of crowds: Texts, photos and video streams take forever or just can't get through.


Expert says property owners will face a new problem: What to do with all that parking?

By JON SILVER

You may have circled the block a half-dozen times looking for parking near hot spots like Stateside or Brave Horse Tavern, but consider this: central Seattle may have way too much parking.


Montlake District seeks business plan

By JOURNAL STAFF

Montlake Community Club wants to hire a firm to develop a plan to make the Montlake Business District more attractive.


Health care law sign-ups have beat expectations

By RICARDO ALONSO- ZALDIVAR

Expectations were low at the start of open enrollment, but 12.7 million people signed up. The administration had projected between 11 million and 14 million initial enrollments.


National parks system tries to attract more millennials

By ANDREW DeMILLO

The National Park Service needs to broaden its appeal to millennials as it celebrates its 100th birthday this year, the director of the agency said Tuesday as he touted civil rights sites that aren't traditionally viewed as parks to a younger audience.


Tesla gigafactory job creation is slower than first projected

By MICHELLE RINDELS

Electric carmaker Tesla's northern Nevada battery plant is creating jobs more slowly than first projected, although state officials say it's still making satisfactory progress.



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