Tagaq, a recipient of the national Polaris Music Prize, discusses the subjugation of Canada's Indigenous people and her hopes for healing through acknowledging that difficult history.
Today: Anthony Swinger with the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor spoke earlier on “Regionally Speaking” about the 2022 winter heating bills forecast as being higher this year and how to be able to meet the challenges.
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The Biden administration's new Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships aims to stop radicalization before it starts. But critics say it's a repackaging of failed strategies and inadequate.
The former defense minister predicts Russia will wage hybrid warfare, block Ukrainian naval movements in the Black and Azov seas and establish a permanent military presence in Belarus.
Thrity Umrigar's novel is about India's humanitarian crisis — with its depictions of misogyny and scenes of public shaming, mistreatment and torture — but it's also about a transformative journey.
The images show populated areas in the archipelago with heavily damaged or destroyed buildings and homes and at least one island covered with ash.
There's a hard biscuit in the U.K. called a Dorset knob, and people compete throwing biscuits across a field. The last contest in 2019 attracted 8,000 people — too much for the village to handle.
Stuart Highway connects the southern part of the country to the Northern Territory. The drivers were told by their employers to "go the long way." The detour adds 1,800 miles to the trip.
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