A look back at 2018's news, Trump abandons idea for concrete wall, and other morning headlines


MUSIC: It's the last day of 2018. With that, we reflect on the best albums that came out this year.


New Year, new news...

We are just hours away from 2019, but let's all take some time to reflect on the dumpster fire that was 2018's news cycle. The Spokesman offers its five biggest news stories of the year.

... and their most-read stories online.

Concrete resolutions?
Trump Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly says the idea for a "concrete wall" on the border was abandoned a long time ago. (New York Times)

Too close for comfort
The Seahawks *barely* defeated the Cardinals (3-13) last night, 27-24. The Hawks kept the lead, but it was still kind of embarrassing. (Seattle Times)

Chart art
FiveThirtyEight gives us a rundown of its best and weirdest charts from 2018, such as "How long will the Supreme Court's liberal wing last?"

Bubble o' burbs
What do the suburbs want? Vox writes that the suburbs abandoned Republicans in the 2018 election, and they might not be coming back. 

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