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Psychologists fight blame for CIA's interrogation tactics
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Psychologists fight blame for CIA's interrogation tactics
The two psychologists who helped craft the CIA's harsh interrogation methods used in the war on terror are battling to have a lawsuit from former detainees dismissed

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New Jersey agrees to new quarantine rules to end Ebola suit
New Jersey agrees to new quarantine rules to end Ebola suit
New Jersey has agreed to put in place new rules regarding quarantines after a nurse who was quarantined in 2014 after working in Sierra Leone during the deadly Ebola outbreak filed a lawsuit against the state
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Portland police arrest man in fire that killed 2
Police say they've arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with an apartment complex fire that killed two people in Portland last weekend
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FBI: Utah man says he killed wife because she laughed at him
FBI: Utah man says he killed wife because she laughed at him
Authorities say a Utah man killed his wife aboard an Alaska cruise and told an acquaintance who walked into the couple's blood-splattered room that he did it because she laughed at him
Brazil rallies to tie Japan 1-1 in Tournament of Nations
Brazil rallies to tie Japan 1-1 in Tournament of Nations
Camila scored in the 87th minute and Brazil rallied to tie Japan 1-1 night in the opening game of the Tournament of Nations
Idaho Power seeks changes for solar customer compensation
Idaho Power officials are asking state regulators for permission to make big changes to how solar customers pay for their power
Taggart boldly taking on challenge of rebooting Oregon
Taggart boldly taking on challenge of rebooting Oregon
Willie Taggart realizes he only has the keys to Oregon's football machine because it broke down last season
2-year sentence for New Zealand man in arms-export case
A New Zealand resident convicted of coming to the U.S. to buy devices with missile and space applications so he could sell them to China has been sentenced to two years in prison
The Latest: Crews find body of teen swept over falls
Authorities say they have discovered the body of an 18-year-old woman swept over a waterfall in Washington state
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Oregon governor authorizes National Guard for solar eclipse
Oregon governor authorizes National Guard for solar eclipse
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has authorized the Oregon National Guard to deploy soldiers to help state and local agencies deal with an influx of tourists during next month's total solar eclipse.
Jail guard in Clark County arrested in sex misconduct case
A Clark County corrections deputy has been arrested in a sexual misconduct case involving a female prisoner
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LA Galaxy fire coach Curt Onalfo, re-hire Sigi Schmid
LA Galaxy fire coach Curt Onalfo, re-hire Sigi Schmid
The LA Galaxy have fired coach Curt Onalfo just 20 games into his first season in charge of the struggling club
Sherman Alexie to speak in Santa Fe after intense book tour
Sherman Alexie to speak in Santa Fe after intense book tour
Native American writer Sherman Alexie is scheduled to speak in Santa Fe after announcing he was canceling book tour from his new intense memoir about his mother because of emotional stress
The Latest: Husband in cruise ship death appears in court
The Latest: Husband in cruise ship death appears in court
A federal judge has appointed a public defender for a Utah man charged with murder in the death of his wife aboard an Alaska cruise ship
Starbucks to shutter all Teavana stores as sales disappoint
Starbucks to shutter all Teavana stores as sales disappoint
Starbucks to shutter all Teavana stores as sales disappoint
2 men charged after filming Portland public officials' homes
Two men known for recording Portland city council meetings, police arrests and local protests are facing charges and have bail amounts typically reserved for violent crimes
Portland amusement park shuts down ride after Ohio wreck
An amusement park in southeast Portland has shut down a thrill ride that's similar to the one that flew apart in Ohio
Seattle mayor's accuser alleges defamation, wants $1M-plus
A man who accused Seattle Mayor Ed Murray of sexually abusing him decades ago has demanded more than $1 million from the city, saying Murray defamed him
Idaho reviewing new request from voter fraud commission
Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney's office has confirmed it's received a second request for voter data in the wake of President Donald Trump's investigation of possible voter fraud
Scuba divers help fight invasive weeds in Lake Tahoe lagoon
Scuba divers have installed more than 100 sun-blocking barriers on the bottom of a lagoon on the south end of Lake Tahoe to try to help stunt the growth of invasive aquatic plants that have taken over the man-made waterways in the Tahoe Keys

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