Bison Spread as Native American Tribes Reclaim Stewardship
Now 82 tribes across the U.S. have more than 20,000 bison in 65 herds — and that’s been growing along with the desire among Native Americans to reclaim stewardship of an animal their ancestors depended upon for millennia.
Walmart Manager Opens Fire in Break Room, Killing 6
The store was busy just before the attack Tuesday night as people stocked up ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday
Police: Gunman kills 5 at Gay Nightclub, Subdued by Patrons
A 22-year-old gunman opened fire in a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, killing five people and leaving 18 injured.
Public Safety Accounts Urge Caution on Twitter After Changes
It underscored the challenge for the people tasked with getting public safety information out to communities. Now, they don't only have to get information out quickly. On the new Twitter, they also have to convince people they are actually the authorities.
Rising food costs take a bite out of Thanksgiving dinner
Turkey supplies are at their lowest point since 1986 after a deadly avian flu wiped out flocks, and prices are up about 28%.
Justice: Hotel Sued for Denying Rooms to Native Americans
“Restricting access to a hotel based on a person’s race is prohibited by federal law,” U.S. Attorney for South Dakota Alison J. Ramsdell said in a statement.
Here’s Why Social Security Checks Are About to Get a Lot Bigger
Tens of millions of Americans are getting the biggest raise of their lifetimes. The U.S. says Social Security beneficiaries will see an 8.7% increase in monthly payments this upcoming year.
Fiona washes houses away, knocks out power in Canada
Strong rain and winds are lashing the Atlantic Canada region as Fiona hits as a powerful post-tropical cyclone.
Abortion is a Matter of ‘Freedom’ for Biden and Democrats
The way President Joe Biden sees it, the overturning of Roe vs. Wade was not just about whether a woman has a right to obtain an abortion.
6.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Mexico, 2 dead
A powerful magnitude 6.8 earthquake has struck Mexico, causing at least two deaths, damaging buildings and setting off landslides.