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Designer Aheda Zanetti says the burkini is meant to open choices for women who want to dress modestly or want more coverage from the sun.

The GEO Group's headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida. (Photo from Wikipedia)

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Activists also have criticized GEO Group's management of the Northwest Detention Center, accusing it of cutting costs on services for immigration detainees.

Scarecrow Video (Photo from Wikipedia by Aurorasm)

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At the Residents’ Podium for Seattle Legacy Spaces, Seattleites got the chance to talk back to the people influencing our city's development.

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Agriculture and technology organizations say that Washington state's economy depends on immigration reform.

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Rumors of the restaurant's demise have been overblown, owner says.

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The government of Nepal has vowed to replace the hand-operated trolleys suspended over rivers that some villages depend on for business and other needs.

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Jackson’s Catfish Corner in South Seattle’s Brighton Neighborhood has closed suddenly.

“People used to try to run over me, because I was a Black woman, and small-statured," Williams recalls. "I’d fight them…I’m a good fighter.” (Photo by Chloe Collyer)

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Seattle's Central District is transforming before our eyes, but DeCharlene Williams sees a way for small business owners like her stand up to developers.

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Throughout the decade of fiscal crisis, the Island has been a corporate welfare paradise for companies that even get free water.

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More skilled refugees are arriving in our state. But they say cultural barriers keep them out of white-collar jobs that could use their talents.

Aburu beads quickly, she says: she can make almost an entire necklace in the time it takes her to watch an episode one of her favorite crime shows on Netflix, How to Get Away with Murder.

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Shalom Aburu's designs will turn heads at Bellevue Fashion Week Independent Designer Runway Show in September.

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Swiss voters rejected by a wide margin on Sunday a proposal to introduce a guaranteed basic income for everyone.

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The long road construction project on 23rd Avenue has been been too much for one small business owner — "Mama's" announced its closure this week.

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Laptops, monitors and other devices from Seattle and other parts of the country have been tracked to junkyards in developing countries.

Fourteen year Wal-Mart employee Mary Watkins (right) marches in support of a $15 minimum wage in Seattle. (Photo by Reagan Jackson)

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Seattle's $15 minimum wage law says franchises must raise wages on the same schedule as big businesses.

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A protest yesterday in front of the contentious pot shop Uncle Ike's brought African American leaders together from the NAACP, Africatown, the Black Book Club, and Mt. Cavalry Christian Center.

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While Seattle's vinyl-happy scene celebrates Record Store Day, many overseas are mourning businesses killed by music streaming.

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An anonymous mailer about a mosque project in Mukilteo has been linked to a prominent business owner who has been open in his opposition to the plans.

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Microsoft launched Tay, an AI chatbot designed to appeal to 18- to 24-year-olds. Within 24 hours, the Internet taught her to be racist.

Pina Belgrano and daughter on Sunday, preparing for the “Turning the Tables” action to fight foreclosure of her Beacon Hill home. (Photo by Goorish Wibneh)

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After struggling for eight years to keep her home, Italian immigrant Pina Belgrano took to the streets yesterday to fight the foreclosure system.

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The Rainier Mini Mart has been transformed to Cafe Avole, where owner Solomon Dubie brings a love of buna — Ethiopian-style coffee — and a community space.