Getting a media credential to the 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay sounds glamorous. Covering a huge international sporting event — a historic first for our region — is both an honor and a career highlight.
A short story inside Friday’s paper was so overrun with legalese that it was difficult to get through: “Court tosses state law against frivolous lawsuits.” The name of the law itself is a confusing blend of double-negatives and acronyms.
It has been three years since Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s Staff Sgt. Robert Bales committed the worst atrocities of the Afghanistan War. It has been almost two years since he pleaded guilty to singlehandedly murdering 16 civilians.