Clemency decision may be imminent for imprisoned Oregon ranchers
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Clemency decision may be imminent for imprisoned Oregon ranchers
A clemency decision may be imminent for Dwight and Steven Hammond, two Oregon ranchers convicted of arson.

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Clemency decision may be imminent for imprisoned Oregon ranchers
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Clemency decision may be imminent for imprisoned Oregon ranchers
A clemency decision may be imminent for Dwight and Steven Hammond, two Oregon ranchers convicted of arson.
Truck dumps 40,000 pounds of chicken feathers on highway
A semi-truck made in Washington state dumped about 40,000 pounds (more than 18,000 kilograms) of chicken feathers across Interstate 5.
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Wyoming to vote on biggest grizzly hunt in lower 48 states
Drought on tap to intensify over US Southwest

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