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Washington’s Snoqualmie Casino wins COVID-19 insurance claim lawsuit

Washington’s Snoqualmie Casino wins COVID-19 insurance claim lawsuit

The Snoqualmie Casino, a Washington tribal casino owned and operated by the federally-recognized Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, scored a considerable legal victory earlier this week when a federal court

Lime launches rent-by-the-minute e-mopeds in Washington DC; Paris to be next to get the service

Lime launches rent-by-the-minute e-mopeds in Washington DC; Paris to be next to get the service

Just weeks after announcing that it would add electric mopeds to its fleet, American transportation services provider Lime is making good on its promise.

Washington’s Puyallup Tribe opens new-fangled $400 million Emerald Queen Casino Tacoma

Washington’s Puyallup Tribe opens new-fangled $400 million Emerald Queen Casino Tacoma

The Puyallup Tribe’s Emerald Queen Casino & Hotel in the Tacoma city of Washington State became the newest gambling venue when it opened its doors to the public on Monday, June 8th.

President Trump’s Approval Ratings Improve Despite the Coronavirus Crisis

President Trump’s Approval Ratings Improve Despite the Coronavirus Crisis

Many believe that the US President Donald Trump and his administration didn’t handle the coronavirus crisis properly, at least initially.

Washington boy hospitalized with mystery paralysis dies

Washington boy hospitalized with mystery paralysis dies

The Washington Department of Health has confirmed that the 6-year-old Bellingham boy with mystery paralysis who was recently admitted to Seattle Children's Hospital has died.

The kid, identified as Daniel Ramirez, was hospitalized on 15th of October after he developed symptoms like drooling, slurred speech, pain in one of his legs and incontinence.

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