Man painting over grafitti on wall

A Basque terrorist organization has disarmed, which some hope will lead to new opportunities in the US

US Diplomacy

Gloria Totoricagüena toasted the death of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco in 1975. Now she is considering another milestone: the demise of ETA.

tree with etchings in it, sun streaming through leaves

Climate change is claiming aspen groves — and the history of Basque immigrants in America

Perhaps 70 percent of workers at Idaho's dairy farms are foreign-born, mostly from Mexico, Guatemala, and Nicaragua

For a lesson on immigration reform, head to an Idaho dairy farm

Congressman Raul Labrador of Idaho speaks at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland.

Hispanic Idaho Congressman angers Latino voters by opposing path to citizenship

Global Politics

Dear Immigrants: You’re (officially) welcome in Wilder, Idaho

Global Politics
Signs on bus benches in Boise promoted acceptance of new arrivals. (Photo: Welcoming Idaho)

Dear Immigrants: You’re (officially) Welcome in Wilder, Idaho

You may not be aware, but it’s “Welcoming Week” here in the US, events are being held in 22 states bringing together immigrants and people born in this country. The week’s festivities are part of an on-going effort to make immigrants feel more welcome.

Former Idaho State Senator Mike Jorgenson in Hayden Lake, Idaho proposed legislation to make it more difficult for undocumented immigrants to find employment in his state. (Photo: Jason Margolis)

Immigration Voices: Why a Conservative Idaho Lawmaker Wants Tighter Controls

Conflict & Justice

We hear from a conservative state lawmaker in Idaho, Mike Jorgensen who is fighting for tighter controls on immigration.

Idaho Town Rallies To Bring Home P.O.W. Bowe Bergdahl

      The end of June marks  four years since Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl was captured while serving in Afghanistan.  Bergdahl is the only American prisoner of war still being held captive by the Taliban. Earlier this month, Bergdahl’s mother and father received a letter from their son through the International Red Cross. Bowe’s family is hoping that […]

The World

Point of No Return, Part 1 Continued

Sandy Tolan’s journey through the Columbia River system and its dams picks up in Lewiston, Idaho, an inland port for cargo ships that may have to make way for salmon.

The World

Point of No Return, Part 1: A River Tamed

Producer Sandy Tolan travels the Columbia and Snake Rivers for the story of the transformation of these rivers, with gigantic hydroelectric dams replacing dozens of salmon runs. There are now intense debates going on in Idaho and Oregon and Washington about what may have been lost as well as gained.