Idaho

Little and Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin frequently feuded over the role of government. Last year she twice attempted a power grab when he was out of state on business.
A radical GOP faction, in open alliance with extremists, is seizing power and targeting its opponents with cruelty. Some wonder: Is it time to leave?
Across the U.S., an exodus of House Democrats has put a half dozen congressional seats up for grabs.
Lori Vallow Daybell, who's accused of conspiring to kill her children, her estranged husband and her lover's wife, refused to enter a plea prompting a judge to do it for her.
The court did not explain why the church was excluded after the Diocese of Boise on Monday asked to be allowed to join the lawsuit in support of the ban.
The law allows people who would have been family members to sue a doctor who performs an abortion after cardiac activity is detected in an embryo.
Idaho's version of the six-week ban is set to go into effect April 22.
The Republican-backed law bans abortion after six weeks of pregnancy, and allows the ban to be enforced through civil lawsuits.
“If I have an abortion, it is no business of my brother, my brother-in-law, his wife or anyone else in my family,” a Democratic state lawmaker said.
Janice McGeachin spoke at a conference organized by prominent white nationalist Nick Fuentes, whom she claims she doesn't know.