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  • Police Say Moscow Gunman Had Multiple Weapons
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  • Police Say Moscow Gunman Had Multiple Weapons

    John Lee, a resident of the city, is believed to have first killed his mother at her home before driving to an office building and shooting and killing his landlord, and wounding another man who was in the landlord's office, according to police.
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  • Hotter Than Lava
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  • Hotter Than Lava

    Every day, cops toss dangerous military-style grenades during raids, with little oversight and horrifying results.
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  • Are You Charlie?
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  • Are You Charlie?

    Publications in Russia, China, Malaysia and elsewhere -- countries that have been criticised for suppressing free speech to varying degrees -- have said the magazine was wrong to publish cartoons lampooning Islam.
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  • <i>Grand Budapest</I> Leads BAFTA Nominations
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  • Grand Budapest Leads BAFTA Nominations

    "The Grand Budapest Hotel" was nominated for best film, best director for American Wes Anderson and original screenplay; original music, cinematography, editing, production design, costume design, make-up and hair and sound.
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  • Paddles Up Poke Expands to Sun Valley, Opens New Hotel Ketchum Location

    Paddles Up Poke Expands to Sun Valley, Opens New Hotel Ketchum Location

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  • Updated: City Confirms Third e-Scooter Company Has Applied to Do Business in Boise

    Updated: City Confirms Third e-Scooter Company Has Applied to Do Business in Boise

    "There was a lot of homework that was done early on. The folks in the clerk's office did a great job understanding what best practices have been around the country, the challenges other cities have seen with scooters and e-bikes coming in, and they put together a program where we work closely with the vendors and residents. It seems to have worked really well."
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  • Organizer of Idaho Womxn's March Previews 2019 Demonstration, Responds to Criticism from Boise Events Committee

    Organizer of Idaho Womxn's March Previews 2019 Demonstration, Responds to Criticism from Boise Events Committee

    "I think we're going to run it a lot different next year. We'll have more adults in delegating and working with permitting and fundraising. We need more adult support."
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  • Peter Yeo

    Peter Yeo

    Career diplomat the partial federal government shutdown, Idaho's role in helping to shape foreign policy and why "great nations should pay their dues."
    • Jan 15, 2019
  • January 15, 2019: What to Know

    January 15, 2019: What to Know

    Today's vote on Brexit in the U.K.'s Parliament is not expected to go well for Prime Minister Theresa May, the EPA hits a 30-year low in pollution prosecutions, the Boise State men's basketball squad has a big match-up tonight at Taco Bell Arena, Family Guy is going to phase out jokes targeted at gays and Broadway says farewell to the original Dolly.
    • Jan 15, 2019
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