Friday, September 14, 2012

MORNING BRIEFING: Donkey Kong related attack on Centennial Trail; protests spread in Middle East

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Around Here

In an apparent Donkey Kong-motivated attack, a teenager strikes woman with mallet along the centennial trail. [KXLY]

Idaho gears up for its first big solar project. [KHQ]

People are still cutting down power lines for the copper. [S-R]

Out There

Those protests? They're spreading. Google cut access to the inflammatory video, though. [NYT]

Romney may be losing the swing states. [WaPo] 

The Fed's QE3 helps European markets surge [IBT]

No word on the American market yet, but NYSE is about to pay some chump change penalty for seriously shady dealings. [WSJ]

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