Do Cellphones Apply To Court's GPS Tracking Ruling?

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Snowstorm Pummels Northwest U.S.

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Oil storage tanks at the Chevron Burnaby Oil Refinery on the shores of Burrard Inlet, east of Vancouver, British Columbia. Andy Clark/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Blocking Keystone Won't Stop Oil Sands Production

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A screen shot from Ethical Oil's OurDecision.ca campaign, which calls on Canadians to write to Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver asking him to ban foreigners and "their local puppet groups" from appearing before ongoing public hearings for a new pipeline project. OurDecision.ca hide caption

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Pro-Pipeline Canada To Americans: Butt Out, Eh?

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Not Dead Yet: On July 3, 1935, the Kalakala started daily ferry service between Seattle and Bremerton, Wash. Today, it sits unused in a nearby Tacoma dock. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Sinking Ship? Saving The Historic Kalakala Ferry

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Raising The Minimum Wage: Whom Does It Help?

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Police Say They Aimed For Restraint With Protesters

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Police Use Flash Grenades To Reopen Seattle Terminal

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Congress Pushes Bills To Promote Cybersecurity

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Boeing, Machinists Union Reach Tentative Deal

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Some big-name tech companies are asking Congress to step in and clarify Americans' online privacy rights. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Private Is Your Email? It Depends

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Actions Toward Protesters Alienate Mayor's Base

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Officer Huy Nguyen shows a video camera worn by some officers in Oakland, Calif. Oakland and dozens of other police departments across the country are equipping officers with tiny body cameras to record anything from a traffic stop to a violent crime in progress. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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As More Police Wear Cameras, Policy Questions Arise

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Grieving families may chip shots out of the rough, or the sand trap, as well as putter on the green.

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A Final Resting Place On The Green, But No Mulligans

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