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Elk Raise Tensions Between Tribes And Farmers In Washington's Skagit Valley

In Washington state's Skagit Valley, a conflict is unfolding between Native Americans and farmers. Elk are making a comeback there. Local tribes are thrilled, but the agriculture industry is not.

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 10: Dozens of anti-Donald Trump protesters stand along 5th Avenue in front of Trump Tower as New Yorkers react for a second night to the election of Trump as president of the United States on November 10, 2016 in New York City. Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton to become the 45th president. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: American Politics Is Messy. But Here's A Little Global Perspective

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Olive Tree Wolfert Brederode Trio
Ginger Wolfert Brederode
Angels and Brotherly Love Saxon Shore
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Pescadito Tommy Guerrero
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Containers are stacked at the port in Qingdao, in China's eastern Shandong province. A new trade deal dictates that China buy more from the U.S., but that has other trading partners worried. STR/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Does The China Trade Deal Move The World Away From Free Trade?

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Levi Draheim, 11, wears a dust mask as he participates in a demonstration in Miami in July 2019. A lawsuit filed by him and other young people urging action against climate change was thrown out by a federal appeals court Friday. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Kids' Climate Case 'Reluctantly' Dismissed By Appeals Court

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Light Dr. Toast
A Prehistory of Thermodynamics Dr. Toast
Lost (In Your Eyes) Vetiver

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Elk Raise Tensions Between Tribes And Farmers In Washington's Skagit Valley

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Over and Even Joan Shelley & Nathan Salsburg
Home Tracey Chattaway

Bob Vollmer, seen in a 2016 photograph provided by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, shows the now-102-year-old at work. The state's oldest employee plans to retire next month, after nearly six decades on the job. John Maxwell/Indiana Department of Natural Resources via AP hide caption

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Indiana's Oldest State Worker Is Retiring At 102: 'I've Been A Pretty Lucky Guy'

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Music is "just the only thing that truly listens without ever saying a negative word back," Marcus King says. His debut album is out now. Alysse Gafkjen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Raised In Rock, Marcus King Releases 1st Solo Album, 'El Dorado'

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Wildflowers & Wine Marcus King
Jealous Man The Marcus King Band

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