Thursday, November 29, 2012

MORNING BRIEF: killing spiders, sacrificing other animals and pricey coffee

Posted By on Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 9:29 AM

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On the front page of the Spokesman-Review's website: a Spokane man kills a spider with brass knuckles. The YouTube video of the encounter has nearly 400,000 hits.  

Are people in North Spokane sacrificing animals for religious purposes

Sorry to once again dash your hopes of winning the huge Powerball Jackpot -- it's over now, but one Idaho resident is taking home $1 million

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Could we control the spread of AIDS in four years? Secretary of State Hillary Clinton thinks so and has a plan to get there. 

Mortgage-interest tax breaks are now on the table in the White House's fiscal cliff talks.

Seattle coffee giant Starbucks debuted its most expensive premium coffee beverage yet, called the "Geisha" and that goes for $7 per 16 oz cup. 

In the midst of civil war violence, the Syrian government has cut off Internet connections throughout the country.

For your Thursday morning enjoyment: cats in Christmas trees

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