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Hypervigilance And Crowds Complicate Holidays And Life Back Home For Veterans

Dec 31, 2013
Flickr Photo/United States Air Forces - Iraq

Steve Scher gets tips from licensed mental health counselor and suicidologist Randi Jensen on how to help combat war veterans get through the holiday season and beyond.

ACA Coverage Starts Tomorrow: Are Insurance Companies Ready?

Dec 31, 2013
Flickr Photo/Curtis Cronn

Steve Scher checks in with Premera Blue Cross spokesman Eric Earling on how Washington state insurance companies have prepared for the full rollout of the Affordable Care Act.

David Hyde talks with Bob Westinghouse about his three decades-long career as a federal prosecutor in western Washington.

Flickr Photo/Cairns Dining

Marcie Sillman talks with Leslie Josephs, Wall St. Journal commodities market reporter, about how coffee prices can fall without the consumer ever seeing a difference.

KUOW Photo/Carolyn Adolph

Marcie Sillman talks with John Nichols, Washington correspondent at The Nation, about the year's most significant labor stories.

Back To Vietnam: One Veteran's Story

Dec 30, 2013
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Ross Reynolds sits down with Richard Brummett, a Vietnam War veteran who is one of thousands of vets who have made pilgrimages back to the country where they fought.

$15 Minimum Wage Proponents To Appeal Court Decision

Dec 30, 2013
A view from inside Sea-Tac airport.
Flickr Photo/Nancy White (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Steve Scher talks with Heather Weiner, Yes! for SeaTac campaign spokeswoman, about the next steps after a King County Superior Court Judge ruled the minimum wage law would not apply to employees who work inside the Sea-Tac airport.

Blindsight Is Never 20/20

Dec 30, 2013
Flickr Photo/Giulia Forsythe

Steve Scher talks with Dr. Christof Koch,  chief scientific officer of the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle, about a rare brain condition that causes some people to only see in black and white.

Flickr Photo/Seattle Municipal Archives

It's been more than a decade since Norman B. Rice ran Seattle. But Seattleites still remember “Mayor Nice,” as he was known.

Flickr Photo/Philip Robertson

Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle Times columnist Jerry Brewer about the Seattle Seahawks chances of making it to the Super Bowl.

Marcie Sillman talks with Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson about why he's urging the machinist union to approve Boeing's contract offer.

Flickr photo/Muhammad Ghafari

Steve Scher talks with David Cole, constitutional lawyer and national security expert, about how the state of security has changed post 9/11 and whether or not President Obama's civil liberty record holds up to his promises.

Nancy Pearl’s Six Great Books Of 2013

Dec 27, 2013
KUOW Photo/Kara McDermott

Steve Scher gets Nancy Pearl's top picks of the year including “Americanah” and “The Woman Who Lost Her Soul” for fiction; “Five Days At Memorial” and “Lawrence in Arabia” for nonfiction; and “The Reader’s Book of Days” and “Constellation of Genius: 1922 Modernism Year One" for titles that you may have overlooked.

As the year winds down, The Record looks back at some of our favorite KUOW stories from 2013.

KUOW Photo/Sara Lerner

As the year winds down, The Record looks back at some of our favorite KUOW stories from 2013 and beyond.

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