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

The Ferguson decision in Seattle

"The fact that 54% of African American children in the city of Seattle live in poverty compared to 5% of white children says that we have a significant problem in this city," said Mayor Ed Murray. 

KING-TV

Link to Officer Darren Wilson's full testimony

Yesterday, the grand jury declined to indict Officer Wilson for the killing of young adult Michael Brown. 

BREAKING: Darren Wilson not indicted in the killing of Michael Brown

Vox explains what's happening in Ferguson, and why.

VOX

Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in talks to resign

As a grand jury gets closer to deciding whether or not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, the man who fatally shot Michael Brown is in the final stages of negotiations with Ferguson city officials to resign, sources close to the talks said.

CNN

New report on Newtown shooter: Parental denial, breakdowns, missed opportunities

A new report shows information on Adam Lanza wasn't shared.

LOS ANGELES TIMES

Miss Honduras found dead

Two men have been arrested in connection with the deaths of a Honduran beauty queen and her sister. 

CNN

Netflix postpones Bill Cosby special amid rape allegations

The announcement came just hours after model and TV host Janice Dickinson accused Cosby of sexually assualting her in 1982.

LOS ANGELES TIMES

Shades of Amanda Knox case: How Australia convicted a woman wrongly in the '80s

Amid a circus atmosphere, prosecutors came up with a theory that a young mother killed her own child. And it took years for definite proof to emerge that a wild dog had carried the child away, as the mom had said all along.

NEW YORK TIMES

Computers rather than humans are making weapon-targeting decisions

The Defense Department says it will maintain the appropriate level of human involvement.

NEW YORK TIMES

Contraceptive challenge to Obamacare rejected

A federal court of appeals rejected a case arguing non-profit religious groups need not pay for contraceptives. 

SEATTLE TIMES
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