Wednesday, May 26, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Losing races and losing control

Posted By on Wed, May 26, 2010 at 8:05 AM

Choking up A Spokane County Detention deputy is purported to have choked an inmate. Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich says the video doesn't lie. But the deputy says that since the video was blurry and lacked sound, it didn't tell the whole story.  (KHQ)

Dino revenge? After months of Republican urging, Dino Rossi — two time failed gubernatorial candidate — has declared his intention to challenge Senator Patti Murray. (KXLY)

Bad news for the Daily Show Vaughn Ward, the Idaho Republican congressional candidate who appeared to have plagiarized a whole number of things — including a Barack Obama speech — has been beaten in the primary by the relatively unknown Raul Labrador (SR)

Hart land Idaho state senator Mike Jorgenson has already lost his primary race for a third term. The Republican primary winner was Steve Vick, a candidate urged into the race by the other Idaho District 3 state senator, Phil Hart. Hart is known for being a former member of the Constitutional Party, and for — at one time — refusing to pay his federal taxes as a matter of principle. (CDP)

You think you hate your workplace? A Taiwan electronics manufacturer that supplies Apple and Dell is under investigation. Why? Its workers keep committing suicide.  (NYT)

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