Monday, April 30, 2018

North Korea could drop nukes, Vegas shooting haunts Washington couple and other headlines

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  • Manzano pepper is the key to this spicy salsa recipe.

IN OTHER NEWS

North Korea would give up nukes if U.S. promises not to attack
After peace talks with South Korea, Kim Jong-un reportedly said that he'd start a supervised shutdown of North Korea's nuclear program if the United States would promise not to attack, but some experts say similar promises have been made before and may just be an attempt to end sanctions, The New York Times reports. (New York Times)

Fewer cell phone choices?
T-Mobile and Sprint are hoping to merge, but the competition between the few large cell phone carriers has benefitted customers, so regulators will have to decide whether or not to bless the union, USA Today reports. (USA Today)

They survived, but Las Vegas shooting still haunts them
The Seattle Times takes a look at a couple from Sultan, Washington, injured in the Las Vegas shooting last year, as they try to cope with impacts from the shooting that killed 58 people and hurt more than 400 with bullets and lasting psychological effects. (Seattle Times)

No medical marijuana for Idaho
The latest effort to get a voter initiative on the ballot to legalize medical marijuana didn't collect enough signatures, the Spokesman-Review reports. (Spokesman-Review)

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