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UVA student Hannah Graham’s remains ID’ed

Hannah Graham


Incident at Cedar Dell complex under investigation


Purple Penguins replaces ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ at public school

Nebraska school district urges teachers to be more inclusive, stop referring to “boys and girls”


Phoebe Wang was a sophomore from Pennsylvania


Girl, 8, treated, recovering, officials say

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Fox being tested for rabies


1. The WCIP and Political Equality Between Nations and States

2. U.N. World Conference on Indigenous Peoples Kicks Off on Eve of Climate Summit

Theresa Braine
Indigenous Peoples at the People’s Climate March on September 21 in New York City, on eve of World Conference on Indigenous Peoples.

3. Cherokee Student Leading 25,000-Member Oklahoma FFA

Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Citizen Garrett Reed, 19, serves as the Oklahoma FFA president.

4. Mexica Dancers Share Ancient Traditions and Re-Educate in Northern Pow-Wows

Members of Yayauhki Tezcatlipoca, are sharing their ancient traditions at pow wows throughout the northeast and hoping to correct some erroneous views of their culture and beliefs.

5. 400K Take to the Streets of Manhattan for Climate Change

6. Addicted and

Alienated, This Artist Painted Herself out of a Corner [Video, Photos]

7. Has Global Warming Finally Become the Reason to Vote?

Courtesy Shadia Fayne Wood/Peoples Climate March NYC
More than 310,000 people march to send world leaders a message that it’s past time to take action on climate change. Is there an opportunity to make this an election issue? This week the United Nations begins a summit of world leaders to propose a “framework” for solutions.

8. Mike Tyson Featured in TV Ad for Turning Stone Resort Casino, Calls Resort a ‘Knockout’

9. Biggest Climate March in History a Watershed Moment for Indigenous Peoples

Theresa Braine
Indigenous Environmental Network leader Thomas Goldtooth, Activist Melina Labouca-Massimo and other Indigenous Peoples begin the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21.

10. A Native American Prayer