Hamilton Nolan · 03/10/14 04:19PM

"One-quarter of [American] Indian children live in poverty, versus 13 percent in the United States. They graduate high school at a rate 17 percent lower than the national average...Their experience with post-traumatic stress disorder rivals the rates of returning veterans from Afghanistan."

American Indian Tribe Granted Right to Ceremonial Killing of Bald Eagle

Louis Peitzman · 03/17/12 02:13PM

The Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming is celebrating a recent federal government decision to let them capture or kill two bald eagles per year as part of a religious ceremony. The federal permit, which was granted March 9, was heavily debated, with animal rights activists questioning the necessity of killing bald eagles in the wild. In addition to being a beloved symbol of the U.S., the birds are a protected species.