Rad Power Bikes announces game-changing overhaul of entire e-bike collection

Rad Power Bikes announces game-changing overhaul of entire e-bike collection

Seattle-headquartered electric bike (e-bike) manufacturer Rad Power Bikes has just announced the biggest overhaul of its entire product range, setting a new standard by ensuring complete UL-complia

USC assistant to coach Washington

SEATTLE, Dec. 4  -- The Seattle Times reported Thursday USC offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian would become the next coach of the Washington Huskies.

Sarkisian has never been a head coach at any level of football.

The Huskies have an 0-11 record this season and dismissed Tyrone Willingham as their head coach.

Sarkisian, 34, has been an assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach for USC since 2005. He had served a previous tenure with the Trojans before taking the job as quarterbacks coach for the Oakland Raiders in 2004.

US Study Concludes, Doctors Show Preference towards Whites

A recent study presented to the American Public Health Association by Janice Sabin of the University of Washington in Seattle stated that the doctors subconsciously favored whites over blacks. To quote Sabin "This supports speculation that subtle race bias may affect health care, but does not imply that it will". Although the study did show a common racial bias among the general population, quoting Sabin "but we have to remember people are not racist if they hold an implicit bias." stock slides amid soaring profit

Boeing union rejects wage offer; threatens strike on Friday

Boeing logoSeattle  - Some 27,000 machinists at airplane giant Boeing could go on strike Friday after rejecting the company's proposed wage increases amid fears that their jobs could be shipped overseas.

The machinists, members of the International Machinists and Aerospace Workers, approved the strike action in a vote taken late Wednesday. But they delayed implementing the strike after the company reopened negotiations with union leaders, who gave Boeing until Friday evening to provide an "exceptional contract offer" under the guidance of a federal mediator.

After delays, Boeing gets first cancelled order for Dreamliner

After delays, Boeing gets first cancelled order for Dreamliner New York/Seattle  - The US aircraft giant Boeing Thursday said it had received its first cancellation - from Azerbaijan Airlines - in the wake of delays in production for its long-awaited long-distance 787 Dreamliner.

The airlines cancelled one of the three Dreamliners it had on order and is substituting it with a Boeing 767, the company said from its Seattle base.

The other two Dreamliner orders from Azerbaijan airlines will remain on the books.