Washington Landslide Takes A Grim — And Fluctuating — Toll

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Landslide Debris Makes Search And Recovery Excruciating Slow

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Landslide Dangers Abound In Whatcom County, Wash.

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Even if a suspect password-protects his or her phone, police still have some ways of getting into it. iStockphoto hide caption

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Your Smartphone Is A Crucial Police Tool, If They Can Crack It

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Caution And Concern Prevail In Days Following Washington Landslide

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Treacherous Mud Slide Debris Challenges Rescue Workers

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Missoula County Attorney Tells Justice Department It's Wrong

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The Seattle tunneling machine known as Bertha, which started its task in July, is now stuck 60 feet underground. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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Sand Grinds World's Largest Tunneling Machine To A Halt

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BlueJay, a tool by social media monitoring company BrightPlanet, shows the locations of tweeters who have left their geotagging option activated. BlueJay screenshot hide caption

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As Police Monitor Social Media, Legal Lines Become Blurred

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Protesters line up outside City Hall in Oakland, Calif., to demonstrate against the Domain Awareness Center, a data integration system being built by the city and the Port of Oakland. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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In 'Domain Awareness,' Detractors See Another NSA

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Cold War Technology Sought By Spy Is In Your Pocket — Sort Of

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