Oversized Semi Blamed For Bridge Collapse In Washington State

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Washington State Bridge Collapses; 3 People Injured

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Tech Companies Have A Lot At Stake With Immigration Bill

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An American Airlines plane at Miami International Airport in February. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Take Your Seat, The 'No Photography' Sign Is Lit

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Facebook Joins Lobby For Overhauling Immigration

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'Bertha' Does The Heavy Lifting In Seattle Tunnel Project

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Paul Applewhite of Applewhite Aero isn't allowed to fly this 3-pound Styrofoam plane. That's because he has added circuitry to make it autonomous — it can find its way to specified coordinates — which means it's an unmanned aerial vehicle requiring a special testing permit. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Will Bureaucracy Keep The U.S. Drone Industry Grounded?

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Senate Moves To Update Federal Online Privacy Laws

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Shop Owner Sued By State After Denying Flowers To Gay Couple

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There's been increasing support for the number of H-1B visas, for highly skilled workers. Large tech companies are leading the push for the increase, but many of the visas go to workers at large consulting firms. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Who's Hiring H-1B Visa Workers? It's Not Who You Might Think

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Cyberattack Against Spam-Fighting Organization One Of The Largest Ever

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Detective Dave Wells plugs his laptop into a car's event data recorder. A large portion of new cars are equipped with the device, and the government is considering making them mandatory in all vehicles. But some say there should be an "off" option. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Yes, Your New Car Has A 'Black Box.' Where's The Off Switch?

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Court To Sentence AT&T Hacker Andrew Auernheimer

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