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1. Mother and Son Overcome Adversity to Earn Master’s Degrees Together

Lila Bruyere, 61, and her son, Shawn Johnston, 37, fought back from addictions and will become the first mother-son duo to graduate from the same program at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario.
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Lila Bruyere, 61, and her son, Shawn Johnston, 37, fought back from addictions and will become the first mother-son duo to graduate from the same program at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. They will both receive their master’s degrees from the faculty of social work’s aboriginal field of study program on October 31, 2014.

2. Walmart Takes Twitter Beatdown Over ‘Fat Girl Costumes;’ Pocahottie Still OK

Walmart.com’s ‘fat girl costumes’ page is one of the all-time lowlights of e-commerce.

3. Children in the Crosshairs: Alaska Native Grandmother Fights ICWA Ruling

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Familial bonds are paramount among the Tununak, as in most Native cultures. More than 90 percent of the tribe’s village was wiped out during the Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918, and just 400 Tununak remain today.

4. Our Brothers and Sisters: 6 Sacred Animals and What They Mean in Native Cultures

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The turtle is but one of many sacred animals throughout Native cultures.

5. Rosebud Sioux Member to Head 1st Tribal Lending SD Branch

6. The Federal Drug Administration Continues to Ignore Tribal Governments

7. Thorpe Family Considering Appeal of Ruling on Jim Thorpe’s Remains

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8. Methane ‘Hot Spot’ Seen From Space Hovers Over Four Corners

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The Four Corners area (red) is the major U.S. hot spot for methane emissions in this map showing how much emissions varied from average background concentrations from 2003-2009 (dark colors are lower than average; lighter colors are higher).

9. Going Door-to-Door in Rural Alaska in Search of Voters

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Gabe Tegoseak, right, talks to Harold Snowball as he goes house to house for Democratic Sen. Mark Begich, in Barrow, Alaska. Tegoseak walks the ice-slicked streets, knocking on doors, looking for votes.

10. Destroying the Specter of Breast Cancer in Native Communities

11. Money Koch Bros. Stole from Tribes Could Swing Mid-Term Elections

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South Dakota Democratic Senate candidate Rick Weiland interacts with Native communities along his campaign trail. Weiland is in a too-close-to-call race with Republican Mike Rounds and Independent Larry Pressler.

12. ☆ 3 HOURS ☆ NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE ♫ Baby Bedtime Sleeping Music ~ Best Lullaby Sleep Songs


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1. Walmart’s organic push could alter California agriculture

Walmart employee Laxmi Shasithakuri organizes cans of organic products on shelves at the store in Oakland. Photo: Sam Wolson, Special To The Chronicle

2. Study says snack food ingredient reduced PCBs in Anniston residents

3. China and India face huge cancer burden: experts

4. Hydropower Overload In China

5. Contamination likely caused by waste from chemical plant

 


1. Federal Cuts to Black Lung Programs Expected to Hit W.Va. Hardest

2. Legislation would ban state GMO labeling measures

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3. E-cigarettes affect cells

Questions raised over health effects of devices.

4. Cot mattresses emit chemicals, study finds

5. Wal-Mart plans to bring its compete-on-price approach to organic food. Here’s how.

6. Turns Out Your “Hormone-Free” Milk Is Full of Sex Hormones

By milking pregnant cows, dairies produce a product with elevated estrogen levels—and that doesn’t do a body good.

7. Site 12, Treasure Island’s toxic bullets: Someone’s about to get hit!

8. 46 House members urge Great Lakes cleanup fund cuts reversed


Threat called into store Monday morning, officials say

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TEWKSBURY, Mass. —A Walmart in Tewksbury has been evacuated because of a bomb threat.

Tewksbury Fire Chief Michael Hazel said the threat was called into the store Monday morning. As a precaution, the store was evacuated.

Investigators are interviewing the person who answered the call and store employees.

NewsCenter 5 and WCVB.com will have more information when it becomes available.