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TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2016


FBI no longer actively investigating D.B. Cooper case

SEATTLE – The FBI says it’s no longer actively investigating the unsolved mystery of 1970s plane hijacker D.B. Cooper. The bureau announced Tuesday that it’s “exhaustively reviewed all credible leads” during its 45-year investigation and has redirected those resources to ...

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MONDAY, JULY 11, 2016







Family: Dallas suspect changed after military service

DALLAS – Military service changed the Dallas gunman from an extrovert into a hermit, his parents said in an interview excerpt published Monday. Micah Johnson’s mother, Delphine Johnson, told TheBlaze website in an interview that her son wanted to be ...

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Judge says MLK Bible belongs to civil rights icon’s estate

ATLANTA – The judge in a dispute over the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Nobel Peace Prize and traveling Bible has ruled the Bible belongs to the civil rights icon’s estate, which is controlled by two sons who had proposed selling it. But the question of ownership of the peace prize medal and its accompanying certificate will proceed to trial next month unless the two sides in the dispute can reach an agreement beforehand, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney said in an order dated July 1.

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Blogs


Weekend Wild Card — 9.24-25-16

On Friday, US Sen Ted Cruz finally quit playing hard to get and pledged his support to GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, even though Trump used to refer to Cruz ...


The week that was…

Tonight’s “Idaho Reports” includes a wrapup of the events of the week, from Fish & Game’s license vendor data-security problems to concerns about funding for the Secure Rural Schools program; ...





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