Phil Tyler allegation fallout continues, Trump says he'll meet with Kim Jong-un and other morning headlines

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In a Facebook live video, Phil Tyler continued to deny most of the allegations in the Inlander's story. - DANIEL WALTERS PHOTO
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  • In a Facebook live video, Phil Tyler continued to deny most of the allegations in the Inlander's story.

ON INLANDER.COM

Domestic disturbances

In the wake of the Inlander's story on domestic violence allegations against former NAACP President Phil Tyler,  we wrote about reactions from Spokane NOW, Mayor David Condon, Police Chief Meidl and the YWCA.

Enough for seconds
54,300 meals have been donated to Second Harvest from the Inlander's Restaurant Week.

March of Sherman?
Michael Bennett will leave the Seahawks, and Richard Sherman might too.

IN OTHER NEWS

Tyler too
KXLY, KREM, KHQ and the Spokesman-Review follow the reaction to the Inlander's Phil Tyler story.

In other former NAACP president news
Artwork by Rachel Dolezal was hung in the downtown Spokane Public Library — but not everyone's happy about that. (Spokesman-Review)

Dapper Tapper
Why Jake Tapper is basically the one honest cable news journalist left. (New Republic)

What's the Trump/Kim Jong-un couple name? Jong-uld Krump?
Trump is going to meet with Kim Jong-un, defying norms. (New York Times)

Kyle Kashuv goes to Washington

What happened when a conservative Parkland student  went to D.C. (Washington Post)