Published September 27, 2016 WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama addressed tribal leaders on Monday afternoon at his final tribal nations conference of his tenure as president of the United States. The President was honored with a tribal blanket and was given a blanket for the First Lady, who was not attendance. In the end, he […]
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In Mahoning County, Ohio, as its county seat Youngstown labors under the loss of the steel industry, more than 6,000 voters have switched from Democrat to Republican this year. Other areas are seeing similar trends.
Published September 26, 2016 WASHINGTON – The final White House Tribal Nations Conference of President Barack Obama’s presidency kicks off today in the nation’s capitol. All 567 federally recognized tribes are allowed to send one representative to this annual conference, which has continued throughout the Obama presidency. He is the first president in history to […]
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The organizers hope to fight against “a culture of silence” in the face of racist violence, according to their press release.
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The press was barred from covering the meeting between Netanyahu and Trump, but Trump’s campaign said in a statement that the men, who have known each other for years, discussed “many topics important to both countries.” Continue reading →
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Amid a renewed debate about Edward Snowden, Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson said Saturday he would pardon the whistleblower based on his knowledge of the case.
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US officials say they are concerned that the focus on trials for ISIS detainees would “distract” from the war effort. Continue reading →
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