Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Sessions interviewed in Russia probe, Oscar nominations, and morning headlines

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NEWS: Here's what polls actually say about whether Idaho supports a health-care expansion.

SPORTS: Should Zags fans be worried following the team's 74-71 defeat to Saint Mary's?


Ice ribbon fallout
City officials are in "shock and a daze," says Councilman Mike Fagan, after a woman died from an injury sustained on the Riverfront Park ice ribbon. (Spokesman-Review)

Tsunami scare
Forecasters issues a tsunami warning for Alaska and Canadian west coasts following an earthquake, but they have since canceled the warning. (CNN)

Oscar time
The 2018 Oscar nominations were released today, with "The Shape of Water" leading with 13 nominations including best picture. (Hollywood Reporter)

Making his way up
Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigator of Russia's meddling in the election, interviewed Attorney General Jeff Sessions for "several hours" last week. (New York Times)

Shutdown shut down
The government shutdown ended after Democrats agreed to trust the word of Majority leader Mitch McConnell, who said he'd address the status of "dreamers." (Washington Post)

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