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Video appears to show Islamic State beheading U.S. journalist

A video posted by the media arm of the Islamic State and titled “A Message to America,” says James Wright Foley was executed “in Iraq” as a result of President Obama’s decision to bomb Islamic State fighters battling Kurdish forces north of Baghdad.

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Steve Ballmer steps down from Microsoft board

In a letter posted on Microsoft’s website, Ballmer cited a “multitude of commitments” that he’s taken on since retiring as CEO as the reason for resigning.

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New pacemakers are more MRI safe

Pacemakers are life saving, but they can also prevent you from getting a crucial MRI scan when you need it. But now manufacturers are making models that are more MRI friendly.

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Schools hope upcoming year is the last on a tight budget

State education funding will appear virtually the same as last year because the legislature sets the budget every two years. But many districts are counting on a much larger infusion of state cash.

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Identity theft gang targeting I-5 corridor

Officers say the theft will happen in an instant, especially at parks and community centers where people don’t always think to lock their cars.

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Police, protesters clash in Ferguson

Amid the tense situation, a group of people trying to keep the peace locked arms and managed to position themselves between the more confrontational protesters and the police line.

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KKK raising money for Ferguson police officer

Darren Wilson, the officer involved in the Aug. 9 shooting, has been a police officer for six years, four with Ferguson Police Department. There’s no indication Wilson supports the KKK’s efforts.

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KCSO neck restraint technique raises concerns

From the American Civil Liberties Union to the Office of Law Enforcement Oversight, there’s criticism over the King County Sheriff’s Office training deputies to use a neck restraint technique.

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A third of people have nothing saved for retirement

Many people realize that they are not on track in saving for retirement, and the two most important reasons they give are cost of living and day-to-day expenses.

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Back-to-school money-saving tips

Before you go shopping, take inventory of what you already have. Believe it or not, rummaging around in your drawers, cabinets and garage can, by far, save you the most money.

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