MORNING BRIEFING: Envision Spokane sues, Napolitano resigns and Dolph Lundgren has an IQ of 160, apparently




Envision Spokane, the group behind the controversial "Community Bill of Rights" voter initiative, has filed a countersuit against a coalition of businesses and government organizations seeking to keep its initiative off the ballot. (S-R)

Spokane Public Schools and the city of Spokane have traded plots of land. (S-R)

The prosecutor in Clay Starbuck's murder trial is trying to prevent the convicted man from profitting from his ex-wife's death through a book or movie deal after the case appears on NBC's "Dateline." (KXLY)


Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is resigning to run the University of California system. (CNN)

American fugitive and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden may be seeking temporary asylum in Russia. (NYT)

Here are the closing arguments in George Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial. The six-women jury could his fate today. (Daily Beast)


Who knew? Dolph Lundgren is a Washington State University grad. (via @danielwinlander)

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