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A new study ranks Washington as one of the worst states for drivers. Sixty-seven percent of roads are considered "poor or mediocre." Twenty-six percent of bridges in Washington are "structurally deficient." And the estimated percentage of uninsured motorists on the road is 16.1 percent.

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Two men and their life-saving bomb dogs in Afghanistan 3:06

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Two men and their life-saving bomb dogs in Afghanistan

Bomb dogs are integral to the NATO mission in Afghanistan. By clearing routes of IEDs and sniffing out other explosive ordinance, they're helping to save the lives of coalition and Afghan forces. See for yourself the relationship between two handlers and their canines. (published Oct. 12, 2012)
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Two men and their life-saving bomb dogs in Afghanistan 3:06

Two men and their life-saving bomb dogs in Afghanistan

Two men and their life-saving bomb dogs in Afghanistan 3:06

Two men and their life-saving bomb dogs in Afghanistan

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Video offers rare glimpse of rare wolverine

Seattle Seahawks coach visits hometown children's hospital 2:21

Seattle Seahawks coach visits hometown children's hospital

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