Sounders open camp with notable absences

Osvaldo Alonso wasn't on the roster for the first time in franchise history as the Seattle Sounders opened preseason camp
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Sounders' Chad Marshall out for 2nd leg of conference semis

Star Sounders defender Chad Marshall has knee surgery, to miss 2nd leg of conference semis
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Sounders' Chad Marshall out for 2nd leg of conference semis

Star Sounders defender Chad Marshall has knee surgery, to miss 2nd leg of conference semis
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Sounders surging into postseason finding ways to get wins

The Seattle Sounders will again be in the postseason thanks to another midseason turnaround that may be the most remarkable of the past three seasons
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Washington teacher strikes escalate with arbitrator request

Two school districts in Washington state have escalated their fight with teacher unions by calling for the intervention of a state arbitrator in contract talks
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Washington teacher strikes escalate with state arbitrator

The district-level teacher strikes in Washington state continue to escalate over pay raises
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Groups sue Boeing over Duwamish River contamination

A new lawsuit says the Boeing aircraft company is poisoning the Duwamish River by pumping out pollution that is far and away above the legal limit
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Washington developer fined $13K for polluting in Bremerton

The state is fining a developer $13,000 for allowing muddy water to leave from its east Bremerton housing development
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Uber Is Giving Riders Free Easter Candy This Week

The only thing better than an Uber driver who offers you complimentary gum or water is one who offers you free candy. And if you live in a handful of major citi
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Christina Tosi's Milk Bar Is Finally Renaming Its 'Crack Pie'

For over a decade, the Crack Pie from pastry chef Christina Tosi' s famed New York-based bakery Milk Bar has been one of the city' s most beloved desserts. But
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Monster Orders Bagels 'Bread Sliced,' Twitter Rages

All bagels should be sliced horizontally. Even the ones in St. Louis, Missouri, where apparently it' s a thing to cut them up like a loaf of Wonder Bread.
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Shake Shack's New Cherry Blossom Shake Is Pretty in Pink

Spring is here at long last, and Shake Shack is celebrating with a new drink. The chain just introduced a strikingly colorful cherry blossom shake. It' s pretty
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Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg gestures as she speaks to Georgetown University law students in Washington, DC on September 20, 2017.
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Shake Shack's New Cherry Blossom Shake Is Pretty in Pink

Spring is here at long last, and Shake Shack is celebrating with a new drink. The chain just introduced a strikingly colorful cherry blossom shake. It' s pretty
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'Top Chef' Finale: The 3 Finalists for Season 16 on What to Expect in the Finale and What Comes Next

The 16th season of Bravo' s" Top Chef" will be wrapping up Thursday night, and at this point in the game, with just three contestants remaining, there' s still
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'Top Chef' Finale: The 3 Finalists for Season 16 on What to Expect in the Finale and What Comes Next

The 16th season of Bravo' s" Top Chef" will be wrapping up Thursday night, and at this point in the game, with just three contestants remaining, there' s still
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Edward Nixon, brother of President Richard Nixon, dies at 88

Edward Nixon, the youngest brother of former President Richard Nixon, has died at 88.
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New solutions for the old problem of illegal massage parlors

The massage parlor sting in Florida that ensnared New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is a reminder of the human trafficking and abuse taking place across A
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Walmart is getting rid of greeters; disabled workers worried

As Walmart moves to phase out its familiar "greeters" at some 1,000 stores nationwide, disabled workers who fill many of those jobs say they're being unfairly t
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Contrasts abound for 2 black women in Chicago mayoral runoff

A political outsider who campaigned on reforming Chicago's police department says voters likely had the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald on their minds when th
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Amid clouds of dust, border wall prototypes are demolished

The Trump administration demolishes prototypes of the president's prized border wall, saying they have served their purpose
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Trump-Kim go one-on-one: Who will know what was really said?

Trump-Kim go one-on-one: Who will know what they really said?
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Russia, hush money, lies: Takeaways from Cohen's testimony

Michael Cohen told Congress a lot_ and much of it wasn't good for Donald Trump
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Coast Guard officer accused of drafting hit list is indicted

A Coast Guard officer accused of being a white supremacist who compiled a hit list of prominent Democrats has been indicted on firearms and drug charges
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