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The New York Court of Appeals says no to gay marriage.
North Korea remains defiant, vows to launch even more missiles that go kablooey shortly after takeoff.
Iran and the European Union make a date for dinner, chat about nukes. No word on the menu.
Mexico’s presidential election is still too close to call.
Lt. Ehren Watada faces up to seven years in prison for refusing to go to Iraq.
Seattle schools on the chopping block: And then there were seven.
Seattle Police want King County Deputies to mind their own damn business.
It’s Italy vs. France in the World Cup finals.
The “Cola Warsâ€ť are alive in well—and now the FBI is getting involved.
Got an extra $150 million kicking around? Have I got a 100-room mansion for you.
ALSO: I missed this story in the Seattle P-I about Knute “Skipâ€ť Berger resigning as editor-in-chief of Seattle Weekly. Berger joins publisher Terry Coe, music editor Michaelangelo Matos, art director Karen Steichen, production director Mary Bradford, director of advertising Tim Miklos, director of display advertising Jeffery Adams, and director of classifieds Heather Burgess as those out the door since the announcement of the Village Voice Media-New Times merger.