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  • Presidential candidates have differing views of tax cut debate

    Mitt Romney refused to be pinned down today on how Congress should break an impasse that threatens to raise taxes for 160 million workers — the latest pressing policy debate …


  • Billionaire N.J. Nets owner to challenge Putin for Russian presidency

    After a week of surprising challenges to his authority, Vladimir Putin faces a new one from one of Russia’s richest and most glamorous figures: The billionaire owner of the New …


  • Spokane Councilman Rush to pay for hand recount

    Spokane City Councilman Richard Rush, who trails former Councilman Mike Allen by 88 votes, submitted a check Friday to the Spokane County Elections Office for $6,240 to pay for a …


  • Coming to a debate near you - ‘The Donald’

    Real estate mogul Donald Trump will moderate a Republican presidential debate in Iowa a week before the state holds the first in the nation caucuses.


  • McEuen Field makeover OK’d

    The Coeur d’Alene City Council on Tuesday voted 5-1 to move forward on a plan to dramatically update its aging downtown park, McEuen Field, despite extensive opposition, mostly to removing …


  • CdA Council approves McEuen plan

    The Coeur d’Alene City Council on Tuesday voted 5-1 to move forward on a plan to dramatically update its aging downtown park, McEuen Field, despite extensive opposition, mostly to removing …


  • Public vote on McEuen unlikely

    The public likely won’t be asked to vote on a plan to remake a popular park in downtown Coeur d’Alene, following rejection of the idea Tuesday by a committee that …


  • Wash. to appeal felon vote ruling to Supreme Court

    Attorney General Rob McKenna and Secretary of State Sam Reed say they will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn an appellate court’s decision that would give Washington state felons …


  • Today’s postmark a must on mail-ins

    It’s Election Day in Washington and Idaho. Although the 2009 elections may not have as many momentous decisions as last year, voters are being asked to decide a range of …


  • House Vote Saves Inel Research

    Research at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory is important to the proper management and disposal of spent nuclear fuel, Rep. Michael Crapo, R-Idaho, says. The House voted 266-155 on Tuesday …


  • House Roll Call

    Here is how Northwest representative voted on the bill to freeze federal government regulations:

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