The City of Shawnee and the Citizen Potawatomi Nation ended a decades-long dispute over land held in trust by the tribal nation. The two governments now want to work together for economic prosperity.
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A recent CNN poll finds 36% of Americans say they still don't think President Biden legitimately won the presidency.
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'We're Not Going Anywhere': Choctaw Freedmen Cite History, Ties To Tribal Nation In Fight For CitizenshipAmid national discussions about racial equality in the last year, descendants of those enslaved by citizens of the Five Tribes are asking for citizenship. But, this opens up more discussions about a complicated relationship between Tribes and the United States Government.
Though infections are still sky-high, the U.S. may be turning a corner, according to a consortium of researchers who forecast the pandemic. And we may well be spared a winter surge.
Known as the Gilgamesh Dream Tablet, it was looted from Iraq and made its way through several hands before Hobby Lobby purchased it for the Museum of the Bible in 2014.
Extreme weather is becoming more likely in Oklahoma. February’s deep freeze is just the latest example not only of unusual weather, but of the disruption to our electric grid that can result.
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Media coverage around the death of 22-year-old Gabrielle Petito looks racist to those who note that murders and disappearances of Native Americans are mostly ignored.
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In his first speech to delegates at the U.N. General Assembly, President Biden's remarks stood in contrast to his predecessor's approach. "We must work together as never before," Biden said.
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