BOISE – Lawyers working with the family of an imprisoned Boise pastor Saeed Abedini say the Obama Administration is leaving him and others wrongfully imprisoned in Iran on the sidelines of nuclear negotiations. The American Center for Law and Justice points to a comment made by White House spokesperson Josh Earnest, who told reporters that interjecting the captive Americans into the discussion would “interfere with the ongoing negotiations.” The lawyers call the comment “appalling” “outrageous” and an “insult to the families” of the four captive Americans.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A large shorebird that nests in grasslands and uses its extra-long beak to pluck crustaceans from mudflats and wolf spiders from animal burrows will be the subject of an intense study this summer […]
Story by Sydney Jensen, BYU-Idaho Scroll The Idaho Judicial Council announced two east Idaho judges are candidates for the Idaho Supreme Court after Justice Daniel Eismann announced his intention to retire in August 2017. “This […]