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Idaho governor signs firing squad execution bill into law
One Idaho death row inmate has already had his execution postponed repeatedly because of drug scarcity
Idaho hospital to stop baby deliveries, partly over politics
Physicians could face felony charges and a medical license revocation for violating the law, which the Idaho Supreme Court determined earlier this year is co...
Judge pauses Biden waterway protections in Texas, Idaho
Roughly half of all U.S. states are taking part in lawsuits challenging the rule
Idaho poised to allow firing-squad executions in some cases
Gov. Brad Little, a Republican, has voiced his support for the death penalty
Idaho robbery suspect killed in Montana after hostage shot
Two suspects involved in the Saturday morning robbery in Osburn were seen by witnesses later that day in St. Regis
Experts say attacks on free speech are rising across the US
First Amendment rights had been stable in America for decades
Ex-intern sues Idaho lawmakers for harassing her after rape
Since 2017, at least 120 state lawmakers in 41 states have faced public allegations of sexual misconduct or harassment, according to an Associated Press tally
Medicaid coverage for new moms gaining support in GOP states
Idaho among the states that have mostly banned abortion and offer women 60 days of postpartum Medicaid coverage
Phil Batt, onion farmer who rose to Idaho governor, dies
Batt was elected Idaho's first Republican governor in 28 years in 1994
Judge splits trials of couple charged in triple murder case
Both of the defendants have pleaded not guilty to murder, conspiracy and grand theft charges in connection with the deaths of Vallow Daybell's children
Pennsylvania unseals more search warrant in Idaho killings
A cell phone, a laptop and two containers of a “green leafy substance” were seized from the home, along with black face masks, a black hat and several articl...
Rift in Idaho GOP exposed amid multistate water rule lawsuit
Emails obtained via a public records request hint at a potentially deep rift between Idaho's attorney general and other state GOP leaders, including the gove...
University to raze house where Idaho students were killed
No timeline has set for the demolition, but university spokesperson Jodi Walker told the Idaho Statesman that the goal is to have the house knocked down by t...
Idaho bill would bring back execution by firing squad
The suitability and origin of lethal injection drugs are frequently called into legal question when states are planning executions
Home Depot says it will raise pay for US, Canadian workers
Home Depot employs 437,000 people in the U.S. and 34,000 in Canada