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What’s Good 206
“Before this election, I felt like I might have a chance at living in a place where people would appreciate my differences as a Chinese...
Smith says if Russian hacking influenced U.S. elections, it is a direct threat to nation’s security.
The former Secretary of Commerce and U.S. Ambassador to China shares his thoughts in a live interview.
Ron Sims, former Deputy Secretary of HUD in the Obama Administration, weighs in.
The Reporter’s Notebook
Donald Trump received 77 percent of the vote in Ritzville, Wash. Hear what one reporter learned from talking to voters there.
The retiring 7th District congressman voices his concerns and hopes.
Republican Senate candidate Chris Vance speaks out.