Inslee wants to kill fewer wolves, Zuckerberg afraid of 'President Warren,' and other headlines


Homeland Security Department affirms threat of white supremacy after years of prodding, the New York Times reports.


"Kill fewer wolves"
Gov. Jay Inslee wants wildlife agencies to find better ways to manage gray wolves in Washington. (Spokesman-Review)

California will appeal judge's ruling
California will challenge a ruling from a federal judge who decided against a new rule that would require the president to release his tax returns to be included on the 2020 ballot. (L.A. Times)

Get Zucced
Mark Zuckerberg fears Elizabeth Warren becoming president. (New York Times)

Uncharted territory
Opinion: "Today, we are squarely in uncharted territory — where the whims of an unfettered president regularly override decency, the law and the country’s interest," former National Security Adviser Susan Rice writes of the Ukraine scandal in a New York Times op-ed. 

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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.