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Obama has arrived for Oso visit
President Obama landed today at Paine Field in Everett; will continue with a helicopter tour of debris damages.
Hawaiian flight stowaway baffles airport security
A runaway teenager snuck into the plane's wheel compartment and landed alive in Kahului, Hawaii.
Would you pay for your news by the article?
Blendle, a new news platform out of the Netherlands, is charging readers for every article they read. But there's a hitch: If you don't like the piece, you get your money back.
Oso update: mudslide death toll up to 37
Identification of the body has not been released. Seven remain missing.
Boston recognizes one year anniversary of bombing
Survivors will walk to bomb site and take a moment of silence at the time of the attack.
First submarine search for missing MH370
In effort to locate missing Malaysia Airlines flight, Indian Ocean search was cut short due to exceeding depth limit.
Oregonian wins Pulitzer for editorial writing. Post and Guardian share public service prize for NSA stories
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Colbert to replace retiring Letterman as 'Late Show' host
CBS announced Colbert's takeover of Letterman's post as "Late Show" host and retire "The Colbert Report" in 2015.
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