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Hackers Break into Associated Press Twitter Account, Post Tweet About White House Explosions

Hackers broke into the Associated Press Twitter account on Tuesday and posted a tweet claiming two explosions had rocked the White House, injuring the president.

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Lawsuit filed in Washington state against Planned Parenthood
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Lawsuit Claims Birth Control Fraud by Planned Parenthood of Pacific Northwest

A group called Alliance for Defending Freedom has filed a third lawsuit alleging fraud by Planned Parenthood. This time in Washington state.

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Mom Accompanied by 3 Children Steals, Uses Credit Cards in Kennewick!

Kennewick police and Tri-Cities Crimestoppers are seeking this woman in connection with the attempted use of stolen credit cards.

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Quincy man busted for practicing medicine without license
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Grant County Man Busted for Pretending to Be Cosmetic Doctor!

The Washington State Department of Health has slapped down some big fines on a Quincy man for pretending to practice medicine like, well, Quincy!

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Obamacare could cause insurance issues for smokers
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Smokers Could be Priced Out of Health Insurance by Obamacare

A little-known provision in the Affordable Health Care Act (Obamacare) will allow insurance companies to charge premiums that are up to 50 percent higher for those who smoke.

Starting next Jan. 1,

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Obama to tout himself during inauguration
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Obama Inviting Strangers to Represent Successes of His First Term at Inauguration

To highlight President Obama's accomplishments during his first term, the presidential inauguration will include eight citizen "co-chairs."

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Kennewick police chasing down counterfeit money
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Kennewick Police Report Spike in Counterfeit Money Passed Locally

Kennewick police are working to find where a recent rash of counterfeit bills are coming from.

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DEA warns Northwest residents about agent scam
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DEA Warning of Special Agent Impersonators in the Northwest

The federal Drug Enforcement Agency in Seattle has issued a warning to Northwest residents about a dangerous scam.

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Biomass chips ready for process
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Green Energy Company Evicted from Port of Pasco – Owner Linked to Fraud Schemes

A bio-mass company has been evicted from the Port of Pasco for failure to pay rent. A check of the CEO's background shows the port may have been misled.

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Is it real, or a fake knockoff?
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$2 Billion in Counterfeit Goods Were Sold Online in December

Is that gift you got online the real deal or a knock-off? 

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