Botched Oklahoma Execution Mobilizes Death Penalty Opponents

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Wash. Loses 'No Child Left Behind' Waiver Over Teacher Evaluations

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Obama To See Effects Of Deadly Mudslide In Oso, Washington

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Clams this fresh taste like tender calamari. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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In The Land Of Razor Clams, Dinner Hides Deep Within The Sand

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Survey: Americans Skeptical Of Prison For Non-Violent Drug Crimes

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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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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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