The Republican president has repeatedly mocked the Massachusetts senator for claims she has made about being part Native American.
By Associated Press
On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 18, nearly 200 countries, not including the U.S., agree to move forward on climate change. Also, the quest to develop a universal and long-lasting flu vaccine, and a report shows that black residents of…
By PBS NewsHour
Nearly 2 out of 3 cases of sexual assault in the U.S. go unreported. A recent poll by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health shows that fears of discrimination and unfair…
By PBS NewsHour
My students felt betrayed, angry even, that throughout their elementary and middle school years, teachers had pushed a fake narrative, or had done little, if anything, to correct the record.
By David Cutler
More than 700 works by photographer Edward S. Curtis are on exhibit at the Muskegon Museum of Art in what’s believed to be the largest ever exhibition of his work.
The U.S. Mint has revealed designs for a new $1 coin that will honor Alaska’s 1945 anti-discrimination law.
By Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press
Members from Native American tribes in six Western states called on Congress to restore funding to tribes during budget negotiations.
By Kristin Hugo
In the past few weeks, EPA workers have worried about political threats to the agency under the Trump administration. Tribal leaders say changing environmental protections would affect them first.
By Michael D. Regan
The Indian Health Service said an aggressive campaign to educate and treat diabetes, bolstered by $150 million in annual federal funding, played a large part in the reductions.
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