Kim Murphy

Los Angeles Times

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Seattle Bureau Chief, and former northwest correspondent, for the Los Angeles Times

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After years of warnings about the decline of America's infrastructure, the Skagit River Bridge on Interstate 5 in Washington State  collapsed  last night when a truck with an oversized…

I-5 Bridge Collapse North of Seattle

After years of warnings about the decline of America's infrastructure, the Skagit River Bridge on Interstate 5 in Washington State collapsed last night when a truck with an oversized…

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For Democrats, it's environmentalists versus organized labor; for Republicans, the oil industry versus Midwestern farmers and ranchers.

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