Seeking an end to the Cuba embargo (Idaho Business Review)

Wolves are elusive but present in East Idaho (State Journal)

Sen. Anthon named 'emerging leader' by national group (Times-News)

Crapo, Risch backed immigration bills that stalled in Senate (Times-News)

Gun-rights group to protest Matt Damon in Meridian (Times-News)

Crapo spokesman: He's not being vetted for VP (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: If this initiative failed, nothing else will prevail (Lewiston Tribune)

D.C. Diary: Slobs, curmudgeons and a light shining in the dark (Lewiston Tribune)

Can Idaho afford federal management of its natural resources? (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho — again — hurts a homegrown business (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Transparency would benefit Idaho’s oil and gas industry, and Idahoans (Idaho Statesman)

To save on prison costs, Idaho seeks to change how inmates think (Idaho Statesman)

8 myths about covering the uninsured in Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho’s Raul Labrador: Trump should pick Ted Cruz as running mate (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho’s sales taxes rank low in national comparison (Spokesman-Review)

Why Brad Little Announced He's Running For Idaho Governor Two Years Before The Election (Boise State Public Radio)

How Brexit Could Impact Idaho’s Cattle Industry (Boise State Public Radio)

Boise Police Chief Says Dallas Shooting Will Be A Rallying Call To Support Local Police (Boise State Public Radio)

Politics, technology and media mix at Allen and Co. conference (Mountain Express)

Website helps track Idaho campaign funds (CDA Press)

New Idaho law targets stalkers (CDA Press)

School funding committee gets to work Tuesday (Idaho Education News)

Four candidates vie for two Boise trustee seats (Idaho Education News)