Native American Sovereignty

CQ Researcher

Should Indians have more control over their land?

On rolling hills in south-central Montana, near where Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and his 7th Cavalry made their Last Stand in 1876, the Crow Nation sees the future.

The tribe’s 2.2-million-acre reservation

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Student Homelessness

Frederick Magazine

Community Supports Students in Need

Abbey couldn’t hold back the tears as she made her way through the hallway between classes at Tuscarora High School. The 18-year-old was tired, stressed and emotionally exhausted, having started her senior year sleeping most nights in the SUV she had purchased from waiting tables. Friends occasionally stayed the night with her.

During much of the previous two years, Abbey (whose name has been changed to protect her identity)

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Remembering Dad’s Love of Books …

Every Father’s Day since my father passed away in 2009, I reflect about his love of reading. Typically a football, basketball or baseball game blared on the television as a sort of background music while he was deeply immersed in either a paperback mystery or, more likely, a thick historical novel or biography.  It was often a form of relaxation for him, maybe a way to get

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