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The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.

Inside Obama's Family Deportation Mill

Immigration officials are opening new lockups for moms and kids seeking refuge from violent homelands. So much for compassion.

MOTHER JONES

Washington could see tougher laws for distracted driving

While texting while driving is illegal, facebooking while driving is not and now some lawmakers are looking at passing tougher legislation this coming legislative session. 

KING-TV

Elizabeth Warren: gay men should be able to donate blood

Elizabeth Warren and a host of Democratic lawmakers are demanding the Obama administration stand up for gay rights. 

MOTHER JONES

Gunman, 2 hostages die in fiery end to Sydney siege

A tense, 16-hour Australian hostage standoff ended with an eruption of gunfire and death when heavily armed police stormed a cafe in Sydney. 

KING5.COM

6 dead, suspect on loose in suburban Philadelphia

Authorities outside Philadelphia say six people are dead and one is wounded in multiple homes and the suspect remains on the loose. 

 

SEATTLEPI.COM

Cheney on interrogation: "I'd do it again in a minute."

Dick Cheney went on Meet the Press, but refused to admit to torture.

THE NEW YORKER

Killer of 'Tuba Man' pleads guilty in Bellevue murder of ex-Garfield honor student

A second-degree murder plea agreement calls for the prosecutor to recommend an 18-year sentence for the 2012 killing of DeShawn Milliken at a Bellevue nightclub.

SEATTLE TIMES

Firefighters, companion acquitted in confrontation with homeless man

Jurors needed little time to reach a verdict clearing the three people of assault in a Pioneer Square incident.

SEATTLE TIMES

The painful life and mysterious death of Misty Upham

As an actress, she was often cast in roles that surrounded her with trouble. Her life—which ended prematurely at age 32—wasn't much different.

SEATTLE WEEKLY

SPD Officer who punched handcuffed woman won't be charged

The latest on the SPD cop who punched a handcuffed woman so hard, he broke her eye bone.

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