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Senator says NSA spying violations ‘more serious’ than admitted

Democratic Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell that he'd received a letter from the Director of National Intelligence detailing "more serious" violations of court orders.Full story

Mother otter attacks teen

  Girl bitten by otter while swimming in Oregon's Kalama River. KGW's Tim Gordon reports.

Ore. threatens to decertify workers' comp group

Oregon insurance regulators said Monday that they've taken the first steps toward decertifying a workers' compensation self-insurance trust and will shut it down next week if the employers can't come up with $750,000. Full story

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Ore. man files lawsuit over inversion table tryout

Jury awards Oregon woman $18.6M over credit report

CFT: Ducks are the media’s preseason Pac-12 favorite

Oregon Ducks picked by media to win Pac-12 title

Oregon to spend $20 million promoting health law

Correction: Ann Rule-Defamation story

Suspect returned to US had built life in Canada

New Footage of Tsunami Dock Found

Oregon reaches contract agreement with AFSCME

Pot testing sprouts with onslaught of new laws

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  Woman wins lawsuit over credit report mistakes

A jury awarded an Oregon woman $18.6 million after she tried for two years to get mistakes on her Equifax credit report corrected.

  Oregon wildfire worries nearby residents

As some Oregonians are ordered to evacuate, remaining residents keep a wary eye on the rapidly spreading "Stagecoach" forest fire. KTVB's John Hendicks reports.

  Wildfire forces evacuations in Oregon

Crews work to contain a wildfire in near Warm Springs, Oregon. KTVZ's John Hendricks reports.

  How close are Senate Democrats to pushing the nuclear button?

Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., joins The Daily Rundown’s Luke Russert to talk about the recent Senate filibuster fight and the future of filibuster reform..

  Understanding the Medicaid expansion

Expanded Medicaid would cover about half of the 30 million people who could be helped by the law. Chris Hayes' panel continues the discussion.

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The Dexter Clinic run by Peace Health, right, and a local residence, seen through the window of a closed store across Dexter Rd., the main street through Dexter, Oregon.

Gary J. Pfleider II  holds his purple heart medal with his mother Deborah Ward in front of his shed at the back of his parents home in Lebanon, Oregon
Gary J. Pfleider II holds his purple heart medal with his mother Deborah Ward in front of his shed at the back of his parents home in Lebanon, Oregon

Gary J. Pfleider II holds his purple heart medal with his mother Deborah Ward in front of his shed at the back of his parents home in Lebanon, Oregon, May 13, 2013. Pfleider was a member of the Oregon National Guard deployed to Iraq in 2007. Picture taken May 13, 2013. To match Special Report USA-

Gary J. Pfleider II  holds his purple heart medal in front of his shed at the back of his parents home in Lebanon, Oregon
Gary J. Pfleider II holds his purple heart medal in front of his shed at the back of his parents home in Lebanon, Oregon

Gary J. Pfleider II holds his purple heart medal in front of his shed at the back of his parents home in Lebanon, Oregon May 13, 2013. Pfleider was a member of the Oregon National Guard deployed to Iraq in 2007. Picture taken May 13, 2013. To match Special Report USA-PENTAGON/PAYERRORS REUTERS/Ste

Gary J. Pfleider II stands in front of his shed at the back of his parents home in Lebanon, Oregon
Gary J. Pfleider II stands in front of his shed at the back of his parents home in Lebanon, Oregon

Gary J. Pfleider II stands in front of his shed at the back of his parents home in Lebanon, Oregon May 13, 2013. Pfleider was a member of the Oregon National Guard deployed to Iraq in 2007. Picture taken May 13, 2013. To match Special Report USA-PENTAGON/PAYERRORS REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATE