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President Barack Obama has announced new economic sanctions in the latest move by the U.S. to force Russian President Vladimir Putin to end his support for Ukrainian rebels.
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Want to get a taste for what some of this year’s top art school graduates are creating? Head to Portland’s Blackfish Gallery and explore the 19th annual Recent Graduates exhibition.
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In the Land of Love and Drowning, the Virgin Islands make for a magical setting as three generations of one family move through the history of the territory, as it passes from Danish to U.S. hands.
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The Lane County District Attorney's Office has denied a Register-Guard appeal requesting that the University of Oregon disclose records related to the sexual assault allegations earlier this year against three UO basketball players.
Fish wheels on the Columbia River allowed huge numbers of salmon to be collected, canned and sold as cheap, nutritious food. But over a half-century, these technologies decimated the salmon population and contributed to the decline of native communities and culture.
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The Bureau of Land Management says the Buck Rising timber harvest in Southern Oregon balances healthy forests and a healthy timber economy. Conservation groups say the environmental protections aren’t strong enough.