Washington state investigators on Thursday fined three companies involved in a crane collapse that killed four people in Seattle in April, determining workers failed to follow manufacturer instructions.
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Group Health Cooperative in Seattle, one of the United States' oldest and most respected nonprofit health insurance plans, is accused of bilking Medicare out of millions of dollars in a federal whistleblower
The Baltimore Ravens get a tough test this week as they travel to take on the Seattle Seahawks. After beating up on some lackluster teams, including two winless squads, the Ravens are hoping they can themselves
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(CNN) — Three companies were cited and fined more than $107,000 in the April 27 collapse of a crane in Seattle that killed four people, authorities said. Seattle police said a criminal investigation been