House Republican leaders have come out with a plan to keep the government open for six more weeks while Washington grapples with a potential follow-up budget pact and, perhaps, immigration legislation.
There’s a place for arms control in the Trump administration’s new nuclear strategy. It’s a very small place.
Dr. Alan Hart was a brilliant and successful doctor, working as an intern at a San Francisco Hospital. Then a former university classmate recognized him – as Dr. Lucille Hart.
We are a nation of immigrants who are uneasy about immigration. It’s time to overcome this two-headed legacy with an immigration policy for the 21st century.
It could be that kids simply don’t play outside anymore.
State officials, tribal leaders vow to fight Trump administration plans to open the Washington coast areas to offshore oil and gas drilling.
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The House intelligence committee’s probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election spun further into charges and counter-charges among angry U.S. lawmakers and President Donald Trump as the panel voted to release a second classified memo about whether the FBI and Justice Department conspired against him.
Authorities were investigating what happened before El Paso County Deputy Micah Flick was shot and became the third law enforcement officer to die in the line of duty in Colorado since New Year’s Eve.
Avista Development will unveil plans Tuesday for its Catalyst project in Spokane’s University District, including a construction timeline, design details and prospective tenants.
Clearwater Paper Corp. reported improved fourth-quarter and year-end earnings, citing a $70 million benefit from recent changes to federal tax law.
Stocks of regional interest fared better than most Monday during a tumultuous day for financial markets – although virtually all saw declines as the sell-off that began with Friday’s opening continued.
Milford’s Fish House abruptly closed its doors Saturday, serving its last customers after nearly four decades in business. The Spokane seafood establishment announced it had closed in a statement on its website Monday.
Two students at Rogers High School in Hillyard were arrested Monday after a brawl that at one point involved an assistant principal.
Cracks in a custom-made piece of equipment used in the ice-making process at the city’s new ice ribbon in Riverfront Park caused a gas leak Saturday night. The city will await delivery of a replacement part before re-opening the attraction, which may not occur now until late February, around the time skating was scheduled to end.
A wave of fear about inflation and higher interest rates has sent stock prices tumbling and raised concerns about corporate profits. On Monday, a plunge of over 1,100 points in the Dow Jones industrial average capped two days of losses that have erased the stock market’s gains for the year.
The International Olympic Committee rejected a request on Monday to invite 15 Russians to the Pyeongchang Winter Games just days after the athletes’ doping bans were overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
South African President Jacob Zuma’s future is in the hands of the ruling African National Congress’s highest body after he defied calls by top leaders to resign.
The Idaho Transportation Department wants to spend $2 million next year to replace one of the airplanes in the state’s three-plane fleet, a 45-year-old Cessna 182.
In a surprise move, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis on Monday fired the top official overseeing the trials of the five men accused of plotting the 9/11 attacks and other alleged war criminals held at Guantanamo.