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Lawmakers and other officials have refused to comply with subpoenas since August. A Multnomah County judge said Monday that's not legal. [Read More]
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With a booming population and scant affordable housing, Bend is bypassing the usual land use process to push to the East. [Read More]
Tags: Bend - East - Affordable
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The Nazi symbol was spray-painted over a Star of David on a campus memorial to the eleven people killed last month at the Tree of... [Read More]
Tags: Nazi - Star - David
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An internal email reveals a Justice Department discussion about the possibility of reconsidering whether the Patriot Act could force the release of individuals' confidential census... [Read More]
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Rep. Kurt Schrader, D-Oregon, has long questioned Nancy Pelosi's leadership of Democrats in the House. [Read More]
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Chicago Police say the officer was shot during an "active shooter incident" in central Chicago. Few details were immediately released, though police said there were... [Read More]
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation "categorizes the Proud Boys as an extremist group with ties to white nationalism," according to a report by the Clark... [Read More]
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A new paper predicts substantial vulnerability to drought and wildfire over the next three decades. [Read More]
Tags: Study - NW - Forests
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There's a possibility of 8 to 12 inches of snow on Oregon's mountain passes, likely beginning Thanksgiving night. [Read More]
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If you've traveled the central Oregon Coast, you might remember the signs marking Depoe Bay's claim to fame: the "World's Smallest Harbor." But now that... [Read More]
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The trio of Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus and Phoebe Bridgers share the songs they love most and talk about the ways they inspire each other... [Read More]
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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee's busy out-of-state travel schedule has put a strain on the state troopers who protect him and resulted in a spike in... [Read More]
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At least 80 people have died throughout California since the Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire broke out earlier this month. The official missing persons list... [Read More]
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It's been more than a century since sea otters were hunted to near extinction along the U.S. West Coast. Now a new nonprofit has formed... [Read More]
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On his latest album, love, the Canadian crooner interprets classic love songs of the past century. [Read More]
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Results from a hand recount of votes are not expected to significantly change the dynamic of the contested Senate race, where Republican Gov. Rick Scott... [Read More]
From menu planning to dealing with the unexpected, NPR's Weekend Edition's new holiday series offers advice to those hosting friends and family this holiday season,... [Read More]
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Saturday's protest marked the first demonstration since Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler's proposed protest ordinance failed in city council. [Read More]
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The pair of Peter Courtney and Ginny Burdick has led the Senate caucus since 2015, but have seen recent rumblings of dissatisfaction. [Read More]
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After more than a year of negotiations, Prime Minister Theresa May presented a Brexit withdrawal agreement that seemed to unite British politicians across the spectrum... [Read More]
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