Russia likely to meddle again, Chloe Kim wins Olympic gold, and morning headlines



SPORTS: In the Zags' revenge game against Saint Mary's, they showed their March potential.

NEWS: Native American women go missing at shocking rates; these women want to change that.


Whose side are you on?
With immigration pressing in Congress, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers and her Democratic challenger Lisa Brown are — surprise! — split on the issue. McMorris Rodgers agrees with President Donald Trump in many cases, and Brown, well, does not. (Spokesman-Review)

Detective gets a DUI
A detective with the Spokane Police Department is on administrative leave after he was arrested for a DUI. He was hired by the Spokane Police Department in 1992. (KXLY)

Leaving no doubt
U.S. Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim already had the gold medal for the halfpipe in hand, then she beat her previous score anyway. (The Guardian)

War on democracy
Russia believes it succeeded in weakening American faith in democracy by meddling in the 2016 presidential election, intelligence chiefs say, so it's going to do it again in 2018. (New York Times)