Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle Times columnist Larry Stone about who might replace Steve Sarkisian as head football coach at the University of Washington.
David Hyde talks with State Superintendent Randy Dorn about meeting federal teacher evaluation requirements and why Washington might lose their waiver from the No Child Left Behind law.
David Hyde speaks with KUOW reporter Liz Jones about the King County Council’s vote to limit immigration hold requests by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.
David Hyde discusses the movement behind the latest monorail initiative with Eric Scigliano, contributing editor for Crosscut.com.
Ross Reynolds talks with ContextChina founder Kristi Heim about the deep divide between China's urban and rural populations.
Ross Reynolds talks with author Deborah Solomon about her book "American Mirror: The Life And Art Of Norman Rockwell."
Marcie Sillman talks with Steven Pifer, former ambassador to Ukraine and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, about the recent political demonstrations in Ukraine.
Marcie Sillman talks with Michael Kugelman, Afghanistan expert at the Wilson Center, about the consequences of staying in Afghanistan and the risks of leaving for US troops and politics.
In a split 5-4 vote, the King County Council narrowly approved a measure Monday that’s at odds with federal immigration authorities. The legislation targets so-called immigration holds on people booked into county jail.
When was the last time you called your primary care doctor and got in the same day? It doesn’t happen often.
“People often end up in the ER,” said Wellesley Chapman, a physician at Group Health, “or we like to have people go to an urgent care if they absolutely can’t get in to see us today.”