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A measles outbreak in Washington state has triggered a state of emergency. In Clark County, where 35 cases have been reported, 31 were not immunized. Courtney Perry for The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Brad Smith, president of Microsoft Corp., speaks during a presentation on affordable housing in Bellevue, Wash., on Thursday. Microsoft Corp. said it will spend $500 million to develop affordable housing and help alleviate homelessness in the Seattle area. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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"We are confident that the association between race and the death penalty is not attributed to random chance," the state's supreme court justices wrote in a majority opinion. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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The Department of Homeland Security detected "anomalous activity" consistent with cellular site simulators such as the StingRay II. U.S. Patent and Trademark Office via AP hide caption

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Phil Sturm, a Realtor who lives in Chevy Chase, Md., will host around 20 students from North Carolina this weekend. Brakkton Booker/NPR hide caption

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Washington, D.C., Residents House Students Coming In For Gun Control March

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Rasika chef Vikram Sunderam, here with a towering dish of eggplant and potato, says, "Indian cuisine is a very personal cuisine. It's made from family to family, how they like to cook." Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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In New Cookbook, Acclaimed Indian Restaurant Finally Spills Its Secrets

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Aboard the fishing vessel Marathon, Nicholas Cooke (left) and Nathan Cultee unload 16 farm-raised Atlantic salmon into a container in Bellingham, Wash. Megan Farmer/KUOW hide caption

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Salmon Fisher: Spill Is Dangerous And 'We Shouldn't Have To Deal With It'

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Washington has eight Atlantic salmon net pens. There are two types: commercial net pens for raising Atlantic salmon and enhancement net pens for wild salmon that will eventually be released. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Aboard the fishing vessel Marathon, Nicholas Cooke (left) and Nathan Cultee unload 16 farm-raised Atlantic salmon into a container on Tuesday in Bellingham, Wash. Megan Farmer /KUOW hide caption

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A Knightscope K5 security robot roamed the Prudential Center in Boston in May. Will it be the next robot to question its existence? Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe/Getty Images hide caption

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I Sink, Therefore I Am: This Robot Wasn't Programmed For Existential Angst

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Washington AG: 'We Could Not Have Written The Opinion Any Better Ourselves'

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Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson speaks at a Feb 3. news conference outside U.S. District Court, Western Washington, in Seattle. Ferguson filed a state lawsuit challenging key sections of President Trump's immigration executive order. Karen Ducey/Getty Images hide caption

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The Attorney General Behind The Resistance To Trump's Travel Ban

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