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FBI: Agent Impersonated Associated Press Reporter During 2007 InvestigationFBI Director James Comey says an agent impersonated an Associated Press reporter during a 2007 criminal investigation, a ruse the news organization says could undermine its credibility.
AP Exclusive: Man Denies He's Bitcoin CreatorNewsweek stands by its story that Satoshi Nakamoto is the elusive man who invented Bitcoin.
No Sign Of 2 Hikers Missing In Southwest Washingtonhe Skamania County sheriff's office says a limited air and ground search found no sign of an Oregon man missing in a remote area of southwest Washington. A more extensive helicopter search of the Pacific Crest Trail in that county on Thursday found no trace of a young Oregon woman who has been out of contact with relatives.
Man Admits Selling Drugs After Addict Meetings A man who hosted support meetings for drug and alcohol addicts has pleaded guilty to a federal drug conspiracy charge, after admitting he was selling morphine, oxycodone and other drugs before and after the meetings.
Another Strong Quake Recorded In Alaskan Islands Another strong earthquake has rattled a remote and sparsely populated Aleutian Island region off Alaska.
Villagers Unsatisfied By Life Sentence For Bales The villagers traveled nearly 7,000 miles to learn the fate of the American soldier who gunned down their children, siblings and parents, who set their lifeless bodies afire with a kerosene lantern. And when the news came, it came in a simple gesture: a thumb's up from their interpreter
Alaska Cruise Cancellations Disrupt Vacations Cynthia Martinez, a spokeswoman for Royal Caribbean cruises Ltd., which owns Celebrity Cruises, said passengers will get a full refund of the cruise fare paid. They also will receive certificates for future cruises.
Arrests At Wash. Fast-Food Workers' Demonstration Seattle police say they have made several arrests at a downtown demonstration protesting what marchers say are low wages and improper treatment for fast-food workers.
Study: US Government Will Be Paying For Iraq, Afghanistan Wars Over Next 100 YearsIf history is any judge, the U.S. government will be paying for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars for the next century as service members and their families grapple with the sacrifices of combat.
AP Washington All-State Football Team Announced, Skyline's Browne Player Of The YearThe 2012 Associated Press Washington all-state football team list. Voting done by sports writers around the state, organized by the Yakima Herald-Republic and announced Friday by the AP:
Police: Man Robs Bank 55 Minutes After Getting Released From JailAn Oregon mail was released from jail last week and then booked back in less than an hour later.
Guide to Summer on Lake Chelan Rent a motorboat this summer, and head to Lake Chelan, a favorite spot for Seattle folks to enjoy extra warm sun and a few days of R&R.
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