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Pandemic leads doctors to rethink unnecessary medical treatment

COVID-19 is opening the door for researchers to address a problem that has vexed the medical community for decades: the overtreatment and unnecessary treatment...

U.S. House OKs commission to probe Capitol attack, but McConnell objections...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House voted Wednesday 252-175 to give the go-ahead to the formation of an independent, bipartisan commission that would investigate the...

Three people injured in shooting at East Idaho middle school

Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on May 6, 2021 RIGBY — Three people were shot at Rigby Middle School on Thursday morning, Jefferson County Sheriff Steve...

Preventing homelessness must remain priority for Idaho

As we all know, the Treasure Valley is experiencing a serious housing crisis right now. A focus on prevention will be key to keeping...

Republicans question legality, revenue impacts of Biden’s oil and gas leasing...

Republicans on the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee excoriated the Biden administration’s pause of new oil and gas leasing at a hearing...

No mask needed outdoors if you’re vaccinated, except among crowds, CDC...

WASHINGTON — Fully vaccinated Americans do not need to wear a mask outdoors except in crowded settings, federal health officials said Tuesday as they...

Public records show vast majority of constituents asked governor to veto...

Gov. Brad Little received approximately 2,150 emails and 4,000 phone calls asking him to veto the bill that changes the requirements for gathering signatures...

U.S. House passes D.C. statehood bill, but votes still lacking in...

WASHINGTON — For the second time, the U.S. House of Representatives has passed a measure to make the District of Columbia the 51st state, sending...

House passes ‘fetal heartbeat’ bill

The Idaho House of Representatives passed a bill Friday that prohibits abortion procedures once a fetal heartbeat can be detected.  House Bill 366 is the...

Ag secretary keys in on food insecurity and nutrition in USDA...

WASHINGTON — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on Wednesday laid out the USDA’s goals to expand food insecurity and nutrition programs in the president’s budget...

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