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Full interview: Councilmember Bruce Harrell on the rideshare fray

Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell tells Dave Ross the newest regulations for rideshare drivers is about, first and foremost, safety. Listen to their full interview below.

Is there a correlation between Facebook and eating disorders?

Is Facebook leading to eating disorders?

The New Cold War

It's beginning to look like the Cold War, is back.

How capitalism could help Seattle improve earthquake safety

"The best science says, not only are earthquakes unpredictable they will never be predictable, because they're very dynamically unstable," says Tim Melbourne, professor of seismology and tectonics, who runs the Cascadia Hazards Institute.

Transportation package failure could cost state more than 11.5 cents per gallon

The legislature is going to adjourn without passing the big transportation package that, among other things, would have raised the money to finish the west approach of the 520 bridge, and added more transit during rush hour.

How I feel about the Alaska Way Viaduct, in song: 'Scary Highway'

I think the best way for me to sum up my feelings about the Alaskan Way Viaduct is in this little song...

Standing by with the heroin antidote

The death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman from an overdose of heroin and prescription is a reminder that a drug we used to think of as "old school," is back.

If you were going to get Alzheimer's disease, would you want to know?

There's a breakthrough in the effort to figure out Alzheimer's disease.

The new Republican frontrunner

Is 32 months too far away to start talking about the 2016 presidential race? Too bad, because the new Republican frontrunner said some surprising things over the weekend.

PSAs and police are taking on pot in Colorado

Recreational pot may be legal now in Colorado, but the law also stays it has to be policed just like alcohol, which means special training for cops and new ads.

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