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The Week That Was, October 5, 2015
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Oak Flat Apache Land Grab ‘an Impressive New Low’: NYT Op-Ed
At the tail end of 2014, just before the must-pass National Defense Authorization Act was going to be voted on, Arizona Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake slipped in a rider that ...
'Aboriginal' Featured as New York Times Word of the Day
The New York Times on Friday January 23 chose “aboriginal” as its Word of the Day, and used Canada—Winnipeg, to be exact—as its example...
Treasure Trove of Environmental Info: The New York Times Video Channel
They range from just over a minute to more than 10 minutes long, and cover subjects as varied as wolves, Chernobyl’s animals and bringing back bison in Europe...
New York Times Details Dueling Grand Canyon Projects
The Grand Canyon may be one of the largest geological formations on Earth, but its size is no match for the number of battles being fought over how, and whether, to profit from its...
From Briny Wastewater to Fracked Oil: Bakken Saturated With Spills, NYT Finds
It’s no secret that parts of North Dakota are plagued with spills of both briny wastewater and fracked oil from the notorious Bakken shale formation...
Drinking-Water Arsenic and Heart Disease Linked in Study of Native Americans: New York Times
Arsenic in drinking water is a concern throughout Indian country for its connection to diabetes and other ills...
New York Times Profiles Tribal Preservation of Native Species
From bison to black-footed ferrets and beyond, tribes are restoring habitat and returning species that have long been part of traditional life and culture back to their original ab...
Used Car Loan Scam: The Alphabet Soup of Ripping Off the Poor
Dealb%k, the financial news blog published by The New York Times , reported last week that poor people get ripped off trying to buy used cars, and apparently reached this epiphany ...
Wolves May Not Be Saving Yellowstone's Ecosystem, Biologist Says
The famous and oft-invoked story of the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park after nearly a century of absence may have some gaps, according to one biologist...
The New York Times Is Captivated by Haida Gwaii
From contact, to smallpox epidemic, to clear-cutting to reconciliation sealed with a potlatch...
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