Courtney Norris is a national affairs producer for the NewsHour. She can be reached at email@example.com
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Arts Mar 16In wake of Standing Rock, Native storytelling gets more screen time
The very public fight to stop a pipeline company from crossing sacred land and water may be helping open doors for a surge of content from Native filmmakers telling their own stories.
Nation Feb 20The U.S. has 5 gold medals. It could earn another in these Winter Olympic events
What to watch next in Pyeongchang.
Nation Feb 14The U.S. has 4 gold medals in the Winter Olympics. These events are its best chance for another
The United States has won four gold medals at the 2018 Winter Olympics, all in snowboarding –but that might change tonight. Bad weather conditions have forced several events to be rescheduled, including those featuring Mikaela Shiffrin, the 22-year-old U.S.
World Feb 13The U.S. has 6 Olympic medals. Here are the Winter Olympians to watch next
The first week of Winter Olympics is almost over. Here's who we're watching next, and a quick recap of recent Olympic highlights.
World Feb 12American Olympians made history this weekend. Here’s what to watch next
The United States has claimed four Olympic medals so far. Here's how Team USA did it, and what to watch next.
Nation Feb 09What to watch during the first weekend of the Winter Olympics
What makes this year special, other than the politics at play: a record-breaking number of athletes competing in the Winter Games.
Nation Feb 08Winter Olympics are about to begin. Here’s what to watch.
Here’s what to keep an eye on as we wait for the opening ceremony to begin.
Nation Jan 26Dozens of women accuse hotel magnate Steve Wynn of sexual misconduct, Wall Street Journal reports
The Journal reached out to 150 people who have worked with Wynn, the owner of Wynn Resorts. Dozens reported sexual misconduct. Some claimed sexual assault.
Science Dec 22Global warming could drive 660,000 more people per year to Europe
The number of asylum seekers fleeing their home countries to the European Union will increase dramatically if carbon emissions and global warming continue on their current path, according to a new study from Columbia University.
Nation Nov 27Keystone XL operator asks Nebraska to reconsider after state approves alternative pipeline route
On Monday, TransCanada said it is seeking further clarification from the commission about its approval of the alternative route, which adds an additional pumping station and five miles to the energy company's preferred route.