Along many stretches of the Northwest coast of the U.S., there are no bluffs or high buildings to climb — nowhere to go.
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Mining interests have long overrun tribal rights in Idaho, and as the Biden administration seeks to start a revolution in renewable energy, tribes worry about the past being repeated.
In the hours after Biden’s inauguration, hundreds of people gathered for a series of events across the liberal city of Portland, Oregon — not to celebrate, but to protest.
For months, Reese Monson, who helps organize security for the hundreds of protesters who gather in downtown Portland, Oregon, every night, has advised them to use shields made of plywood, pool noodles and 55-gallon drums — tools to deflect the riot-control measures used by ...