Thursday, November 14, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Planes, Planes, and Planes

Posted By on Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 10:38 AM


Police have made an arrest in the case of a woman who had been missing for over a year. (SR)

A bunch of protesters were arrested for sitting in the middle of the street without moving. (Bloglander)

Cyan funded their new game yesterday, with a little help from Doctor Horrible. (Bloglander)

Last night, the International Association of Machinists (IAM) District 751 voted down the contract extension — placing Washington state's role in constructing the 777x in jeopardy. (KING5)

Here's a helpful explainer from the Seattle Times to give background. (ST)

Michael Baumgartner is pushing a right-to-work law as a result of the Boeing battle. (SR)


The big Benghazi story on 60 Minutes may have had more problems than just a lying central figure. (McClatchy) 

President Obama concedes that his administration "fumbled" the health care rollout, proposes new changes to help ease the pain. (NYT)

But some in the insurance industry aren't too fond of his proposal. (Buzzfeed)

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