Tuesday, May 29, 2012

MORNING HEADLINES: Fire storms

Posted By on Tue, May 29, 2012 at 7:34 AM

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Paul is Not Dead – Ron Paul has ended actively campaigning for President. But that doesn’t mean his followers have abandoned their fight for Spokane delegate seats. (SR)

Fire Watch – After a fire at a second community center owned by WSU , WSU President Elson Floyd asks his students to stay vigilant. Now there appears to have been a third arson attempt. (SR, KREM) 

Worth a shot? -- Liquor’s about to get a lot easier to get – and potentially a lot pricier.

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Fire in the Sky -- The New York Times exposes the breadth of President Barack Obama’s controversial policy of using drone attacks – and their ensuing collateral damage  – to kill suspected terrorists. (NYT)

Censorship by knife -- A Russian journalist, accused of insulting the Muslim Prophet Muhammad, was stabbed 20 times. (The Atlantic Wire)

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