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Key contacts between Trump campaign and Russia

President Donald Trump’s campaign and his family had several contacts with intermediaries for the Russian government during the 2016 campaign and the presidential transition. Those contacts are now under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller. Here are some key dates.

A timeline of Hurricane Harvey’s development

Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on Friday night as the strongest hurricane to hit the U.S. in more than a decade. By Saturday morning, it had dumped 18 inches of rain on some areas, and forecasters warned that it could cause catastrophic flooding in the coming days.

A glance at the search for Boston bomb suspects

BOSTON — Key moments related to the search for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, based on reports from the Middlesex County district attorney, Massachusetts State Police, and Boston police.

Historical Spokane riverfront photos

These photos show the area where the downtown Spokane YMCA would later be built. All images courtesy of the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture/Eastern Washington State Historical Society, Spokane.

Timeline recounts statements by police officials in Zehm case

A look at the statements Acting Spokane Police Chief Jim Nicks and department spokesman Cpl. Tom Lee made to The Spokesman-Review regarding the March 18 encounter with 36-year-old Otto Zehm inside a Zip Trip at 1712 N. Division. “March 18: Nicks, who goes to the Zip Trip that night, describes a "very horrific fight" between several police officers and a suspect, who would later be identified as Zehm.