The Trump presidency begins with a campaign speech
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Oddly enough, Jimmy Carter and Donald Trump have a couple of significant issues in common.
The journey nears its end for a retiree with lots of time on his hands.
The Empire Builder chugs its way to balmy Spokane
The three-week stay in the Midwest ends peacefully
Waiter, there's a joke in my soup
No water, a meth addict and Cat Stevens on today's agenda.
Some of us are working on the railroad. Sort of.
Instead of flying, this holiday trip is all about riding the Empire Builder from Spokane to Chicago.
After 13 years of living in Spokane, it's time to attend the Apple Cup. It could be a classic.
Veteran newspaperman Tom Green closed out his career last night in The Spokesman-Review newsroom, capping a distinguished career as a first-rate reporter and editor.
So many questions to be answered as the nation prepares for the Trump presidency.
Trump pulls off stunning victory and will become the 45th president of the United States.
The presidential election at this hour looks far different than expected. Trump continues to lead in the push for electoral college votes.
An inside look at election night in The Spokesman-Review newsroom.
The Spokesman-Review's Hillary Clinton coverage disappointed some readers.
The Trump campaign reversed its denial of media credentials to Black Lens, Spokane's first African-American newspaper.
Donald Trump's campaign staff denied media credentials to an African-American journalist who wants to cover his appearance.
Two Washington State University political scientists help people make sense of the incivility in politics.
Veteran Spokesman-Review journalist Dave Oliveria received a special award from the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations last week.
Author Gay Talese pens a book about a voyeur who bought a motel so that he could secretly observe couples having sex. That's only the half of it.
Intrepid WSU student journalist Chad Sokol wraps up his visit to Georgia in a final guest blog post.
Obituary references to favorite sports teams take a back seat to hobbies and the Lord.
A WSU journalism students shares his first impressions of the Republic of Georgia, flanked by Russia, Turkey and the Black Sea.
Veteran journalist Alison Boggs answers five questions about her recent trip to Cuba.