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  • Along Came Poly
  • Along Came Poly

    A Boise convention brings polyamory out in the open
      "The idea is that it's more effective in terms of relationship structure to define the relationship in terms of individual needs, rather than having a set of rules."
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  • Project Censored: The Top 10 Censored Stories of 2016
  • Project Censored: The Top 10 Censored Stories of 2016

    "Watergate taught us two important lessons about the press: First, the news media sometimes do fail to cover some important issues, and second, the news media sometimes indulge in self-censorship."
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  • An April Fools' Guide to Idaho History
  • An April Fools' Guide to Idaho History

    How the trickiest day of the year shaped the Gem State
      Don't say we didn't warn you. On Friday, April 1, your friends, coworkers, spouse, perhaps even your children, will be hiding your car keys, putting hand sanitizer in your toothpaste, rearranging the furniture in your cubicle, posting Photoshopped pictures of you kissing a pig or doing whatever passes for pranks in your particular social circle.
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  • It's Just a Piece of Paper
  • It's Just a Piece of Paper

    Why millennials across the country—and in Idaho—are giving marriage the side-eye
      "They've either gotten married young and they're divorced, heading into their second marriage, or they're waiting to get married until they're 30. That's the demographic right now."
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  • Project Censored 2014-2015
  • Project Censored 2014-2015

    The Top 10 stories the mainstream media didn't want you to hear about
      "Ninety percent of U.S. news media—the traditional outlets that employ full-time reporters—are controlled by six corporations."
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