The Turkeys Not on Your Plate: They’re Out Back, Climbing the Roof

The Turkeys Not on Your Plate: They’re Out Back, Climbing the Roof

By KIRK JOHNSON © 2017 New York Times News Service It turns out that genuine, free-range wild turkeys are increasingly finding their free range to include suburbs from New England to California and lots of spots between.

Uber Breach, Kept Secret for a Year, Hit 57 Million Accounts

By MIKE ISAAC, KATIE BENNER and SHEERA FRENKEL © 2017 New York Times News Service SAN FRANCISCO — In November 2016, Uber executives faced an expensive — and risky — decision.

FCC Announces Plan to Repeal Net Neutrality

By CECILIA KANG © 2017 New York Times News Service The Federal Communications Commission announced Tuesday that it planned to dismantle landmark net neutrality regulations that ensure equal access to the internet, clearing the path for new experiences for consumers who could find content harder to reach or be charged more to access it.

A Time Capsule, Long Forgotten at the Space Needle, Is Found

By JACEY FORTIN © 2017 New York Times News Service Construction workers in Seattle unearthed a long-forgotten time capsule at the Space Needle this week.

Keystone Pipeline Leaks 210,000 Gallons of Oil in South Dakota

By MITCH SMITH and JULIE BOSMAN © 2017 New York Times News Service About 5,000 barrels of oil, or about 210,000 gallons, gushed out of the Keystone Pipeline on Thursday in South Dakota, blackening a grassy field in the remote northeast part of the state and sending cleanup crews and emergency workers scrambling to the site.

House Passes Tax Bill in Major Step Toward Overhaul

By THOMAS KAPLAN and ALAN RAPPEPORT © 2017 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — The House passed a sweeping rewrite of the tax code on Thursday, taking a significant leap forward as Republicans seek to enact $1.5 trillion in tax cuts for businesses and individuals and deliver the first major legislative achievement of President Donald Trump’s tenure.

Russia May Make All Outside News Media Register as ‘Foreign Agents’

By ANDREW E. KRAMER © 2017 New York Times News Service Russia’s Parliament approved legislation Wednesday that could require foreign media organizations operating in Russia to label news they produce as the work of a foreign agent, the latest step in the unraveling of relations since the United States accused Russia of meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

A Nearby Earth-Size Planet May Have Conditions for Life

By KENNETH CHANG © 2017 New York Times News Service There’s a new place to look for life in the universe.

Under New Guidelines, Millions More Americans Will Need to Lower Blood Pressure

By GINA KOLATA © 2017 New York Times News Service The nation’s leading heart experts on Monday issued new guidelines for high blood pressure that mean tens of millions more Americans will meet the criteria for the condition, and will need to change their lifestyles or take medicines to treat it.

A Fifth Woman Accuses Senate Candidate Moore of Sexual Misconduct

WASHINGTON — A fifth woman accused Roy Moore, the Republican Senate candidate in Alabama, on Monday of making sexual or romantic advances toward her when she was a teenager, as senior Republicans in Washington called for him to drop out of the race and threatened to expel him from the Senate if he wins.

Alabama Republicans Defend Moore

By JONAH ENGEL BROMWICH © 2017 New York Times News Service Republican officials in Alabama staunchly defended their party’s Senate nominee, Roy Moore, after a report that he had made sexual advances toward four teenage girls when he was in his 30s.

Louis C.K.’s Movie Release Is Canceled; Netflix Cuts Special

By DAVE ITZKOFF © 2017 New York Times News Service The distributor of Louis C.K.'s coming film “I Love You, Daddy” said Friday that it would not go ahead with its release of the movie.

From Brussels to Arkansas, a Tough Week for Monsanto

By DANNY HAKIM © 2017 New York Times News Service Opposition from France and Italy doomed a European Union vote Thursday to reauthorize the world’s most popular weedkiller, glyphosate, a decision that came hours after Arkansas regulators moved to ban an alternative weedkiller for much of 2018.

Late Changes Proposed for a Tax Bill

By ALAN RAPPEPORT, THOMAS KAPLAN and JIM TANKERSLEY © 2017 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — Republicans outlined significant changes on Monday to the sweeping tax bill unveiled by House lawmakers last week, moving to tighten restrictions on carried interest, alter rules aimed at preventing U.S. companies from stashing profits offshore and further restrict a tax credit claimed primarily by low- and middle-income individuals

Texas Church Shooting Leaves at Least 25 Dead, Official Says

By DAVID MONTGOMERY, CHRISTOPHER MELE and WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM © 2017 New York Times News Service SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas — A gunman walked into a small Baptist church in rural Texas on Sunday and opened fire, killing at least 25 people and turning a tiny town east of San Antonio into the scene of the country’s most recent mass horror.

Poised to Control West Coast, Democrats Envision ‘Blue Wall’

By ALEXANDER BURNS and KIRK JOHNSON © 2017 New York Times News Service SAMMAMISH, Wash. — It is the stuff of liberal fantasies: a vast, defiant territory, sweeping along the country’s Pacific coastline, governed by Democrats and resisting President Donald Trump at every turn.


Today | Fri | Sat | Sun | Mon | Tue | Wed
Holiday Lights Show + Journey to the North Pole

Holiday Lights Show + Journey to the North Pole @ The Coeur d'Alene Resort

Nov. 24-Jan. 1

All of today's events | Staff Picks

© 2017 Inlander
Website powered by Foundation