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But the diversity of tribal nations means policy could be inconsistent.
The agency agreed to investigate after questions raised by teen's mother, NAACP.
Friday's attack came as Israel is seeing its worst bout of Palestinian violence in nearly a decade.
Pope Francis tells grieving boy the gates of heaven are open to all creatures, even dogs.
Darwin Awards back up 'male idiot theory'
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Parents sometimes ditch work to care for sick children.
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A new computer-based intervention program could reduce anxiety and suicide risk.
But the president would sign a spending bill that voids the D.C. referendum.
Summit was moved up from planned 2016 date in light of Ferguson riots, Eric Garner ruling.
Atlanta Police arrested Aeman Lovel Presley on Thursday.
The museum evacuated 3,000 to 4,000 people inside after a small fire.
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Robert Schwartz says he should have been told when cases against his wife were dismissed.
A $1 trillion spending package divided Democrats and pitted lawmakers against the White House.
Rep. Bachmann says she won't quit politics completely as she retires from Congress.