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File - In this Saturday, May 19, 2018 file photo, Washington State Fish and Wildlife Police confer with an individual from the King County Medical Examiner's and a King County Sheriff's deputy on a remote gravel road above Snoqualmie,  following a fatal cougar attack. Recordings of emergency calls about a fatal cougar attack in Washington state Saturday detail how a dispatcher calmly struggled to figure out where it occurred and how worried the surviving victim was about his friend. Isaac Sederbaum was mountain biking with friend S.J. Brooks on logging roads in the Cascade Mountain foothills east of Seattle when they were attacked. The cougar bit Sederbaum on the head before killing Brooks. (Alan Berner /The Seattle Times via AP, File)
Emergency call: 'I got attacked by a mountain lion'Recordings of emergency calls about a fatal cougar attack in Washington state over the weekend detail how a dispatcher calmly struggled to figure out where it occurred and how worried the surviving victim was about his friend
The Associated Press19 minutes ago
In this March 8, 2018 photo Wyoming state Rep. Tyler Lindholm poses next to computer servers in an office building in Cheyenne, Wyo. Lindholm was a lead proponent of several new laws that have made Wyoming friendly to the networked ledgering technology called blockchain. Supporters say that by welcoming blockchain, the technology underlying cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, Wyoming has become a good place for tech business. (AP Photo/Mead Gruver)
Wyoming courts tech behind cryptocurrency to entice businessWyoming hopes being friendly to tech underlying cryptocurrency entices business
The Associated Press20 minutes ago
Man delivers marijuana to wrong car, gets arrestedPolice in Ohio say a man who delivered a bag of marijuana to the wrong car in a store parking lot has been charged with drug trafficking
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Orajel is displayed for sale in a pharmacy in New York Wednesday, May 23, 2018. The US Food and Drug Administration is warning parents about potentially deadly risks of teething remedies that contain a numbing ingredient used in popular brands like Orajel. The agency on Wednesday said it wants manufacturers to stop selling products intended for babies and toddlers because the products contain a drug ingredient that can cause a rare but dangerous blood condition that interferes with normal breathing. (AP Photo/Stephanie Nano)
FDA warns teething medicines unsafe, wants them off shelvesUS health officials warn parents about the risks of some teething remedies; wants companies to stop selling them.
The Associated Press25 minutes ago
Lawmaker wants states to reject sports bet 'integrity fee'A top New Jersey lawmaker is urging all 50 states to reject so-called "integrity fee" payments to professional sports leagues in any sports betting legislation they enact
The Associated Press38 minutes ago

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