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President Trump and Biden go head to head in first presidential debate

"It's hard to get any word in with this clown. Excuse me, this person," said Joe Biden.

Comparing essential and non-essential workers

COVID-19 divided the working population between essential and nonessential workers.

Discovering Washington D.C. with political science

From Rexburg to Capitol Hill, political science students learn about post-grad opportunities.

From Ukraine to the United States, Sergii Gushchyn seeks freedom through education

Sergii Gushchyn believes that gaining professional skills will bring freedom in his life. He traveled from Ukraine to the United States of America to seek that freedom.

United States’ Air Force intends to blow BYU-Idaho away

In the air or on the ground, they will play with the wind.

Project R fights for refugees as Trump limits them

The limit for refugees admitted into the U.S. is one of the lowest it has ever been, but that hasn't stopped BYU-Idaho students from making a difference.

Go vote

Voting is a right and every citizen who can should vote.

Optimism for the economy rises around the world

Pew Research Center found a median of 46 percent believe their nation’s economies are doing well.

NFL freezes current national anthem policy

The National Football League announced Thursday, July 19, a freeze on their recent policy change prohibiting players from kneeling during the national anthem.

Trump announces nomination for Supreme Court

The President selected his pick to fill the vacancy in the high court.

What happened to America?

“It’s hard, especially at times like this, to say I’m proud to be an American.”

Dissension: Keep everything in context

In 2017 alone, the people in the U.S. visited 27.9 billion media piracy sites, making our country the most frequent visitor of these illegal sites, according to Statista.

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Public help requested to find suspect

Public help has been requested for the location of an unidentified male subject wanted for credit card theft.

Police log: Stolen volleyballs and TV tantrums

Police took a report of a fight from neighbors to find that it was a juvenile throwing a tantrum over the TV.

One art piece can inspire many

See how a single art piece from Wayne Kimball helped inspire 42 artists to create their own interpretations.

Idaho residents step up to donate blood on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Idaho residents gathered in service on Martin Luther King Jr. Day by donating blood at a local blood drive.