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Split Congress starting in 2023; no suspect in slaying of Idaho students; Starbucks workers to strike | Hot off the Wire podcast

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On the latest episode of Hot off the Wire:

  • Congress will be split next year as Republicans will take control of the House of Representatives and Democrats retaining control of the Senate.
  • Police in the college town of Moscow, Idaho, say they have not identified a suspect or found a weapon in the weekend slayings of four University of Idaho students in a rental house near campus. 
  • Starbucks workers at more than 100 U.S. stores say they're going on strike Thursday. It's largest labor action since a campaign to unionize Starbucks' stores began late last year.
  • In sports, the Celtics won again, the Timberwolves beat the Magic, the Raptors outlasted the Heat and unanimous Cy Young winners.

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