The Pentagon established a "rumor control" website to beat down three myths: that the U.S. military has federalized the National Guard, that it was instituting a mandatory national lockdown, and that it was implementing martial law.
The group managed to escape from the jail after using a table to break open an exterior fire door.
Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, and Ilia Calderon will moderate the eleventh Democratic debate in Washington D.C.
"This is not a time to be going out into public and close contact. It's just too dangerous. You might be killing your granddad if you don't do it, and I'm serious about this."
"Every day I read, 'He's gonna put this one, he's gonna put that one,'" Trump said Thursday, shooting down rumors of replacing Vice President Mike Pence. "If I did, that would be a great act of disloyalty because he's been great."
A state senate resolution passed Tuesday in Washington congratulated Jeopardy! champ Ken Jennings for his accomplishments on the show.
Shoppers across the country have reported empty shelves at various retailers which have run out of supplies including face masks, disinfectants, water and toilet paper.
The virus has killed more than 3,000 people. But "for the most part here everything is going to be okay," said Dr. Grayson.
The prevalence of ghost guns has begun to alarm some lawmakers at the state level, producing legislation to more closely regulate these weapons.
Elijah Osborn shared videos of workers in the kitchen at QQ Sushi & Kitchen in Spokane, appearing to violate health codes.
Ibtihal Darraji, 29, was discovered dead in her car in Spokane, Washington. Her ex-husband, Yasir Darraji, has been charged with first-degree murder.
A total of five cases of the new coronavirus have been confirmed in the U.S. since the outbreak started in China in late 2019.
Public have been told not to approach Spokane assault suspect Andrew Beitel if they see him.
Anyone in the states should watch for changing conditions including avalanches, heavy snowfall or rain, strong wind or rapidly warming temperatures.
A Seattle woman claims she received a profane note on a missed delivery slip from a Home Depot driver, but the driver says that they simply meant to write "see you next time."
Seattle families were notified of changes to school policy. To attend school, students must be fully vaccinated, in the process of doing so, or have a signed Certificate of Exemption.
"People should avoid swatting at the hornets, which may cause these insects to sting," the Washington State Department of Agriculture said.
The National Weather Service warns that heavy snow could continue until midday today
Sanctions were levied today by the U.S. against human rights abusers in six countries in a move corresponding with the United Nations celebration of International Human Rights Day.
Residents of Ferndale, Washington found white supremacist flyers in the downtown area, presumably connected to the recent installation of a #NoHate sculpture at a local high school.
The manager of the North Bend Theater in North Bend, Washington, was taken to hospital as a precaution after he opened the package, authorities said.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal criticized former Vice President Joe Biden's weekend statements on marijuana, saying "Prohibition is a gateway to racist policing practices and mass incarceration, though."
Randal Woolery has worked with the Seattle Police Department for three decades.
"If a kid makes those kind of statements... they have to pay the price for it," a sheriff's office spokesperson said. "If a teacher makes them they have to be held accountable just as well."
Former Obama adviser Susan Rice called Senator Lindsey Graham " a piece of sh*t" during an interview on the Pod Save the World show.
The police department's red-flag petition noted that Kaleb Cole recently participated in "firearms training and recruitment efforts" at so-called Hate Camps.
Close to 20 orcas have been seen in Puget Sound since Friday and approximately 40 were sighted in the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Saturday.
Washington State has become the first state in the nation to license outdoor preschools, nature-based early learning and child care programs.
"I just had to think about, 'You want to just die up here? Or you going to have to do something?" said Barbara Dadswell. "'Cause no one's coming up here to get here. They don't know you're here.'"
When the mother of a special needs student in Washington asked for a quiet environment for her son, they responded by moving his desk to a bathroom.