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Butte woman pleads guilty to stabbing charge

Twenty-eight-year-old Tara O'Donnell pleaded guilty to stabbing her ex-boyfriend. The young woman made the plea in District Judge Kurt Krueger's court. The man was moving out of her apartment the time of the assault. See the associated press item at Beartooth NBC.

Afghanistan says no to talks with Taliban and U.S.

National news outlets report that President Hamid Karzai of Afhanistan is boycotting talks with the United States and the Taliban. President Karzai said that the talks should be led by Afghans, not foreign powers, the BBC reported.

Field and Stream says goodbye to Butte's Bob Munden

Field and Stream's "Gun Nut" column says goodbye to Butte's remarkable Bob Munden and to amazing shot gun artist Tom Knapp. Read it here.

Big brother conducts broad domestic spying program

If you're with Verizon, big brother is watching you. Get the dish on the latest pervasive government domestic spying program from Andrew Sullivan. For a fascinating insider's view of the NSA's efforts to spy on U.S. citizens, see this New York Times op-ed piece.

South Korea and Japan suspend U.S. wheat imports

5.31.13 Japan and South Korea suspended U.S. Wheat imports after an experimental strain of Monsanto genetically modified wheat that was never brought to market was found in a field in Oregon, the New York Times reported today.

The wheat was identified when the farmer that found the wheat attempted, unsuccessfully, to kill the wheat with Roundup. Monsanto gave up on the experimental strain when it appeared that there would be no market for it, NPR reported yesterday.
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