Editorial: Tough spot for attorney general on INL nuke agreement (Press-Tribune)

What to do with urban renewal? (Press-Tribune)

Otter Joins 8 Other Govs in Urging Congress to Lift Cuba Embargo (Times-News)

Good News for Carson, Sanders in Latest Idaho Presidential Poll (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Washington offers Idaho's frustrated center hope (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho ag economy drives Fabri-Kal’s decision to build in Burley (Capital Press)

ISAT scores reveal performance gap (Mountain Express)

School boards must choose a master: parents or the federal government (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Rocky Barker: When the smoke clears, the same forest fire problem lingers (Idaho Statesman)

West Ada board chair, superintendent meet to work out differences (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Common Core: Rethinking the high-stakes achievement test (Idaho Statesman)

Planned Offensive (Boise Weekly)

Idaho Lawmakers Get Lesson In Online Sales Tax Policy (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Species That Failed To Get ESA Listing Show How The Act Is Adapting (Boise State Public Radio)

Former First Lady Laura Bush Speaks In Boise (Boise State Public Radio)

Hayden Day, candidates at Fedora (CDA Press)

Cd'A jobless rate at 5.2 percent (CDA Press)

Social Security snag (CDA Press)

Coeur d’Alene newcomer misfires in challenge to incumbent Edinger (Spokesman-Review)

For 'tax working group,' the work moves slowly (Idaho Education News)