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The percentage of Native students graduating from the U of M has doubled in the past decade.

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When it was time for me to enroll in a four-year college, I chose North Dakota State, a school that's mostly white, conservative and insular -- everything I wasn't. It was the hardest year of my life.

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Opposition to expanding refugee camps takes new turn

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London's Dazzle Club uses makeup to protest police use of facial recognition technology

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At Munich Security Conference, is the West 'winning' or growing evermore 'Westless'?

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A California family went to China to renew their work visas. Once coronavirus hit, they got stuck.

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The Hou family’s trip to China last month was supposed to be a routine visit to renew their US employment visas. Then the coronavirus hit.

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