A man who just celebrated his 19th birthday was arrested Thursday in connection with a massive vandalism spree at Gas Works Park, Seattle police said.
While US military veterans are forced to wait for treatment and surgeries, Federal officials have refurbished a facility outside San Antonio, TX where hundreds of border children and their families will be housed.
John Carlson listens to Ann Coulter explain why Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s resolve would be valuable amid the current ‘border children’ crisis and why pursuing impeachment of President Obama is a worthless idea.
Police are searching for a man who crashed into several cars, sideswiped a 1-year-old baby in a stroller and then ditched his car and took of on foot Thursday night.
John Carlson moderates a simmering debate about drastically changing control of Seattle Parks Department and legally making it a Municipal Parks District.
John Carlson analyzes the House Committee hearing involving South Carolina Republican, Trey Gowdy, against a law professor testifying on the potential implementation of a special prosecutor to investigate the IRS scandal involving director of non-profit division, Lois Lerner.
John Carlson covers the two front-running contenders in the 31st District State Senate race, interviewing Republican incumbent, Pam Roach. Her opponent, fellow Republican, State Rep. Cathy Dahlquist was invited to speak on the air with Roach, but declined.
A Seattle police officer is under official investigation for writing too many marijuana tickets.
John Carlson tackles the latest sound bite from President Obama in which the President can’t defend his record so he merely resorts to telling his critics to stop complaining about his performance.
It’s a classic labor unions versus ‘right to work’ state battle and the union state—in this case, Washington—loses.