Top 10 Best Five Star Restaurants in Seattle, WA

Having breakfast, lunch, or dinner with friends or family can be fun when done at the top 10 best five-star restaurants in Seattle, WA. Check out this guide to learn more about them.

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Top 10 Best Five Star Restaurants in Seattle, WA

Having breakfast, lunch, or dinner with friends or family can be fun when done at the top 10 best five-star restaurants in Seattle, WA. Check out this guide to learn more about them.

Mitchel Nash

The Conquests of Briahna Joy Gray

Getting to know Briahna Joy Gray better: from her early life to her political successes.

Rian Mcconnell

Coronavirus Washington: All You Need To Know

The Washington State recorded its First Coronavirus case on January 21, 2020. However, the first coronavirus death ever to occur in the United States occurred on February 29, 2020. This article we discussed in details, what coronavirus is and how it affects Washington State.

Adaline Fritz

Large explosion in Beirut, Capital of Lebanon

A huge explosion has occurred in Beirut

Candice Burns

$1.3 trillion in federal spending unaccounted for, report finds

Despite calls for independent bodies to keep government accountable, the Sunlight Foundation’s most recent Clearspending report has found the federal

Thomas Dixon

1. Lindsey Graham

Sen. Graham (R-S.C.) is typically regarded as a reliable vote for his party, but he took the bold step of breaking with his fellow Republicans to join Kerry

Habiba Ashton

#1 in Conspiracy Theories

Andrew Young’s tell-all biography of John Edwards, hitting shelves next week, is surging in one Amazon.com category in particular. #1 in Conspiracy

Zakariya Plant

1. Brian Schweitzer

As governor of Montana, Schweitzer doesn’t represent one of the most highly populated, high-profile electoral states in the country. But this

Frazer Pugh

$1 Trillion for Fannie and Freddie?

That is the worst-case scenario, according to Egan-Jones Ratings Co., quoted in a Bloomberg article making the rounds. The agency says that if home prices

Thomas Dixon

1 Brigade and 1 Battalion

ISTANBUL – It’s 10 p.m. in the lowest level of the Istanbul airport. In 20 minutes I’ll be allowed to board my plane to Kabul, bringing me to the

Candice Burns

Ten Loopholes That Can’t Make It Into FinReg

Dan Pfeiffer, the White House communications director, wrote a blog post that lists the loopholes lobbyists most want inserted into Sen. Chris Dodd’s (D-Conn.)

William Willis

$1 Million for Toomey

Pat Toomey, the former Club for Growth president and leading Republican candidate in Pennsylvania’s 2010 Senate race, has announced a $1 million haul in the

Tobey Strickland

$100 Million to Aid Pakistani Displaced Persons

More on U.S. efforts to aid Pakistanis displaced by the current military efforts against the Taliban. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announced this

Ceri Sinclair

$1.89 billion given to states to fight HIV

The federal government Monday announced more than $1.89 billion in funding to states to fight the HIV epidemic with access to care and with more cash for the failing AIDS Drug Assistance Program. According to an HHS press release , $813 million of that money will go directly to the ADAP programming. An additional $8,386,340 will be issued as a supplement to 36 states and territories currently facing a litany of unmet needs and access issues.

William Willis

$100,000 for Palin

Ben Smith and Jonathan Martin confirm that Sarah Palin’s honorarium for speeches is $100,000, two first class plane tickets and one economy class ticket. On the

Thomas Dixon

102 Complaints of Voter Intimidation Thus Far

Want a rundown on all the incidents of voter fraud and voter intimidation that have been reported thus far today? The New Republic’s Eliza Gray has set up shop

Anita Barnes

Wrong From the Beginning

Sen. Obama’s latest campaign video, “Keating Economics: John McCain and the Making of a Financial Crisis,” features William Black, the former deputy

Landon Morton

10 Ways Insurance Companies Will Get Out of Reforming

If you thought that the health care reform bill was so expertly thought through as to prevent health insurance companies from engaging in the same end run

Gordon Dickerson

Obama on tax cut deal

President Obama explains a deal with Republicans on the Bush tax cuts (for further information, read TAI’s coverage of the deal):

Frazer Pugh

10th Mountain Soldiers Don’t Care If Their Comrades Are Gay

On Saturday, the commander of the Army’s 10th Mountain Division, Maj. Gen. James Terry, put up an open forum on his Website for his soldiers, officers and

Habiba Ashton

No Friend of Solar Power

During the first presidential debate, McCain said that “No one in Arizona is against solar” as he championed alternative energy development. But people in his home state say the senator has not been helpful in developing its most abundant resource -- sunshine.

Rhyley Carney

The Midnight De-Regulation Express

It’s a Washington tradition. Outgoing administrations try to ram through a slew of new federal regulations. But the Bush administration has expanded on this, seeking to push through at least 90 changes that can affect the health and safety of millions. Here are five examples.

Karan Emery

McCain Drops Personal Attacks on Obama

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- If the rally here on the southern Virginia coast proved anything, it’s that Sen. John McCain doesn’t need to worry about his

Elyse Woods

The Final Throw-Down

In the final presidential debate in 1980, Ronald Reagan ensured his election by proving that he was a man the American people could feel safe with, a man whose actions wouldn’t send the world into a mass panic. Obama must do the same tonight against McCain if he wants to win the White House.

Frazer Pugh

1,295 Prisoners Claimed the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit

The Obama administration homebuyer tax credit program granted $9.1 million to 1,295 prisoners who were incarcerated when they said they purchased their home.

Amandeep Coleman

13 states prohibit abortion coverage in health exchanges, report says

The National Women’s Law Center recently released a report that lists all statewide measures prohibiting abortion coverage in state health care exchanges. # Florida joined Arizona, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah and Virginia this year in enacting such legislation. The report shows that many of the bills have “narrow exceptions for women’s health” and have, in effect, taken health benefits away from women

Susan Murillo

1,300 married same-sex couples in Minnesota, according to Census

The U.S Census released updated numbers Tuesday on the number of married same-sex couples in the United States. There are currently 152,335 same-sex couples in the country that identified as married and another 440,989 that are unmarried. In Minnesota, there are 1,330 same-sex couples who have married in other states

Katya Ryder

Can Stevens Survive the Guilty Verdict?

Sen. Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) was convicted Monday of all seven counts related to lying on his federal disclosure forms. The verdict threatens to topple the

Thomas Dixon

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