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Fightin' Words

Fightin' Words

How Boise State tackles unpopular speech and radicalism
"We're blessed with students who understand the need to be civil in their debate, nonviolent in their approach."
White House Defends Trump Invitation to Rodrigo Duterte

White House Defends Trump Invitation to Rodrigo Duterte

In 2016 Duterte then-US president Barack Obama a "son of a whore" for criticizing the Philippines drug war.
April 30, 2017: What to Know

April 30, 2017: What to Know

Will Ferrell gives Donald Trump some fashion advice; another airline roughs up customers; pass the potatoes please, Mr. Zuckerberg; a big draft day for two Boise State Broncos; and a rare reunion of the surviving stars of The Godfather.

White House Defends Trump Invitation to Rodrigo Duterte

In 2016 Duterte then-US president Barack Obama a "son of a whore" for criticizing the Philippines drug war.

Trump is Finally Almost Done Resigning From His Businesses

President Trump has nearly finished handing over management of his businesses — nearly 100 days after he promised to do so.

April 30, 2017: What to Know

Will Ferrell gives Donald Trump some fashion advice; another airline roughs up customers; pass the potatoes please, Mr. Zuckerberg; a big draft day for two Boise State Broncos; and a rare reunion of the surviving stars of The Godfather.

U.S. Marines Back in Afghanistan's Helmand Province for First Time Since 2014

The US has some 8,400 troops in Afghanistan with about another 5,000 from NATO allies, mostly taking part in the training mission.

April 29, 2017: What to Know

A robust snowpack in the Boise Mountains; a People's Climate Change rally at the Statehouse; a lawsuit over public defense; a yellow fever warning from the CDC; and Donald Trump won't be at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, but he'll certainly be on the menu.

Former Director of Anti-Immigration Group Set to be Named Ombudsman at U.S. Immigration Agency

As FAIR official, Julie Kirchner advocated harsh restrictions on immigrants. Now her job is to provide them assistance.

April 28, 2017: What to Know

Donald Trump thinks being President was going to be easier, Barack Obama rakes in major dollars for appearances, a big gift from Zoo Boise to help preserve the Foothills and Heineken tries something different in its new ad campaign.

Wasted Medicine: America's Other Drug Problem

Every year nursing homes nationwide flush, burn or throw out tons of valuable prescription drugs. Iowa collects them and gives them to needy patients for free. Most other states don’t.

'Boise Commons' Asks Public: Who Should Control Boise Streets?

"It's really more about the expression of the reasons for things and the responses to those. That's where the real learning will come from and the diversity can be seen."

Idaho Supreme Court Agrees With Meridian Man's Challenge of Public School Fees

"Where a class is offered as part of the regular academic courses of the school, the course must be offered without charge."

April 27, 2017: What to Know

Donald Trump gets his courts mixed up, a new Micron CEO, another passenger gets booted off a plane and a number of schools issue warnings to parents about 13 Reasons Why.

The Lost City of Z Reclaims the Age of Exploration

Based on the nonfiction book of the same name by David Grann, the film seems like a cross between an Indiana Jones movie and a Joseph Conrad novel—one where the world seems full of possibilities, rather than limitations.

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April 26, 2017: What to Know

A North Idaho landscaping company puts racist images on its vehicles, Donald Trump vows to challenge the 9th Circuit's ruling against his immigration and sanctuary cities actions, and "high touch, high tech" initiatives at the city of Boise.

Fightin' Words

How Boise State tackles unpopular speech and radicalism

The Right to Do the Right Thing: Is Health Care a Human Right?

How proposed Medicaid changes might impact Idaho's most vulnerable citizens.

Boise State Set to Begin New Work of Art

Officials are ready to break ground for a five-story, 97,222-square-foot fine arts building on Tuesday, May 2.

Timberline High School Gets Good Grades From U.S. News

U.S. News & World Report rankings "focus on student outcomes with an emphasis on graduation rates and state proficiency tests."

Tim Kasher: From Omaha to L.A.

With No Resolution, Kasher finally fulfills his big-screen dreams.

Their Finest: Over There

Their Finest is a charming, sophisticated, film within a film

Paula Rebelo and Denise Simone

Co-stars of The Clean House on cleaning up life's messes

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