Monday, June 9, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: STA stabbing details, shootings and the Turing test

Posted By on Mon, Jun 9, 2014 at 9:18 AM


Peaceful Valley neighbors help police catch fatal STA stabbing suspect late Saturday, holding suspect at knifepoint. (S-R)

Few details after Coeur d'Alene Police shoot and kill man following domestic dispute Friday night. (CDA Press)

Man arrested after allegedly shooting at downtown building. (KREM)


Neighborhood destroyed in Oso mudslide lacked proper permits and should never have been built. (Seattle Times)

Doctors say Idaho's Bowe Bergdahl tortured by captors, making slow progress toward reuniting with family. (NY Times)

New York firm buys, plans to relaunch Sandpoint-based Coldwater Creek clothing company. (Idaho Statesman)


Couple kills two police officers, a bystander and then themselves, leaving five dead in politically motivated shooting spree in Las Vegas on Sunday. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Taliban attack Pakistan's largest airport, leaving 28 dead. (BBC)

Prepare for the robot overlords: A computer has passed, for the first time ever, the "Turing test" on artificial intelligence. (WaPost)

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