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National Guard To Join Search In Washington State Mudslide

National Guard To Join Search In Washington State Mudslide

The National Guard was expected to join the search for possible survivors from a massive mudslide over the weekend in rural Washington state that has killed at least 14 people and left scores missing.

At Least 8 Dead, Many Missing After Washington State Mudslide

At Least 8 Dead, Many Missing After Washington State Mudslide

Searchers pulled more bodies from a soupy mixture of muck and debris, bringing the death toll to eight, after a massive mudslide over the weekend smashed through a community in rural western Washington state.

Obama Meets With Tech CEOs About Privacy

Obama Meets With Tech CEOs About Privacy

For the second time in recent months, President Obama welcomed a cadre of tech CEOs to the White House to talk about data privacy.

Down Goes Duke In Biggest Upset So Far

Down Goes Duke In Biggest Upset So Far

It’s one-and-done for the Duke Blue Devils as their men’s basketball team was beaten Friday by the Mercer Bears, 78-71, in the Division I men’s basketball championship.

Google Says It’s Beefed Up Encryption Because Of NSA Revelations

Google Says It’s Beefed Up Encryption Because Of NSA Revelations

Google announced on Thursday that it has beefed up its security in response to reports that the National Security Agency was scooping up data from its servers.

Split Decisions: Ukraine Signs Up With EU, Russia Wraps Up Crimea

Split Decisions: Ukraine Signs Up With EU, Russia Wraps Up Crimea

As Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk was signing an agreement on closer relations with the European Union

Why Ukraine’s Situation Makes Russia’s Other Neighbors Nervous

Why Ukraine’s Situation Makes Russia’s Other Neighbors Nervous

So, how nervous should the now-independent former Soviet republics be about what’s happened in Crimea? Here’s how things stand in four regions.

Search For Missing Jet Focuses On Objects Seen Off Australia

Search For Missing Jet Focuses On Objects Seen Off Australia

Satellite images showing objects floating in the Indian Ocean have focused the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and the 239 people who were on board to an area about 1,500 miles southwest of Perth, Australia.

Toyota To Pay $1.2B To End Safety-Related Probe

Toyota To Pay $1.2B To End Safety-Related Probe

Saying that “Toyota intentionally concealed information” and misled the public about the danger that some of its vehicles might suddenly accelerate, Attorney Gen. Eric Holder announced Wednesday that the automaker is being fined $1.2 billion for not being forthcoming after car owners started to complain in 2009.

VIDEO: Flames Spread After Helicopter Crashes In Seattle

VIDEO: Flames Spread After Helicopter Crashes In Seattle

Two people were killed and one was critically injured when a KOMO News helicopter crashed and burned Tuesday near Seattle’s Space Needle, the station reports.