MORNING BRIEFING: Unlucky Friday Mine




Troubled mineIn another accident at the Lucky Friday mine, seven miners were rescued after a rock burst. For now, the mine has been closed, pending investigation. (KREM)

Chief departure -- Nancy Stowell, Superintendent of Spokane Public Schools, announced at last night’s school board meeting that she was stepping down. (SR)

Bye Bye, Jensen-Byrdie -- Jensen-Byrd, the 102-year-old building near the Washington State University Spokane campus, will be torn down by its buyers in order to build student housing. (SR)


Same as the old boss – Obama signs a bill that allows indefinite detention of terrorist suspects without trial. But don’t think voting for the other guy would have fixed it. The bill is drafted by John McCain. (The Guardian)

No Newt is Good Newt—The conservative establishment assault against Newt Gingrich continues, as the conservative Washington Examiner endorses Romney and the National Review, longtime flagship magazine of conservatives, writes a fiery anti-endorsement of Gingrich.

Golden Globes – Time once again to lament the idiocy of the Golden Globes, which nominates American Horror Story, but not Breaking Bad, for best Drama Series. (AV Club)


Suddenly this video of Sacha Baron Cohen’s Ali G interviewing Gingrich has new relevance.

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