MORNING BRIEFING: Clay Starbuck and government surveillance

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AROUND HERE

After being found guilty of murdering his ex-wife, Clay Starbuck says he'll appeal. (SR) 

All the construction in downtown Coeur d'Alene is affecting business. (CdA Press) 

County deputies tased a man at a South Hill gym last night after he reportedly started running around and screaming. (KXLY)

OUT THERE

A timeline of electronic surveillance under Presidents Bush and Obama. (NYT) 

The UN launched its largest request in history for humanitarian aid to Syria. (BBC) 

More people are back in the job market, according to new employment numbers. (WaPo) 

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