Thursday, December 19, 2013

Target hack, marijuana and freeing Pussy Riot

Posted By on Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 9:09 AM

AROUND HERE

A pedestrian was hit by a car and killed last night near 57th and Regal. (KXLY)

An extensive DOJ review of the Spokane Police Department is now underway. (Inlander)

The upcoming Idaho legislative session might get "squirrely." (CDA Press)

The Liquor Control Board has released its final recommendations to the Washington Legislature about how to reform the state's medical marijuana market. (SR)

ELSEWHERE

Target says it was hit by a major data breach, making 40 million shoppers' credit card information vulnerable. (NYT)

The two jailed members of Pussy Riot are free. (USA Today)

After remarks ranging from racist to equating homophobic, the star of Duck Dynasty is on suspension. But do TV suspensions really matter? (NPR)

Friends of a man shot and killed on live TV by LA Police say the man suffered from schizophrenia. (Gawker)


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