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Lawrence B. A. Hatter: Canada must honor indigenous rights

The so-called “Jay Treaty” of 1794 is having unintended consequences on indigenous, transnational communities of the Pacific Northwest more than two centuries later.

Art exhibit examines divide at Idaho, Washington line

Kelley O’Brien’s art exhibit “Behold! The Sun Comes Over a Mountain” is a multidisciplinary art experience that explores regional history, geography and nature along the Idaho-Washington border. “I wanted to …

UPDATED: Sun., July 1, 2018

Reindeer ignoring borders have Norway locking antlers with Sweden

Since the end of the Ice Age, reindeer herds have grazed across northern Scandinavia happily unaware of the rise of the nation state. But now their disregard for borders, and …

Iraqi forces to take control of Kurdish regional borders

Iraq’s military was preparing to take control of the international borders of the northern Kurdish region as a flight ban halted all international flights from servicing the territory’s airports on …

Leonard Pitts Jr.: Why should a Muslim love America?

Why serve a country that often hates you? Why support a country that sometimes fails you? Why tell your children to believe in a country like that?

Store closures offer silver lining

DALLAS — Filling the space vacated by hundreds of Blockbuster and Borders stores may seem like a huge challenge for shopping center landlords, but it may not be. Real estate …

Border traffic moves easily with stricter ID code

Car and pedestrian traffic flowed smoothy through U.S. border crossings Monday, the first day that Americans coming home from Mexico and Canada faced stricter identification requirements, officials and travelers said.