Chief David Beautiful Bald Eagle during the opening of the Days of '76 Museum in Deadwood, S.D. Bald Eagle died on Friday at the age of 97. Tom Griffith/Rapid City Journal via AP hide caption

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David Bald Eagle, Lakota Chief, Musician, Cowboy And Actor, Dies At 97

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"Tonight's victory is not about one person; it belongs to generations of women and men who sacrificed and made this moment possible," Hillary Clinton told a cheering crowd during her primary night event Tuesday in New York City. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Inyan Pedersen, 34, with her son Knowledge. Doctors scheduled Pedersen to deliver her two younger children by C-sections because the closest birthing center is two hours away. Misha Friedman for KHN and NPR hide caption

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Astrophysicist Richard Gaitskell, from Brown University, leads a team hunting particles of dark matter about a mile beneath Earth's surface. No luck so far, but Gaitskell is still hopeful. Chet Brokaw/AP hide caption

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A Physicist Dreams Of Catching Dark Matter In The Act

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Federal Judge Says South Dakota Officials Violated Native American Families' Rights

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Authorities Probe Alleged Hate Crime Against Native American Kids

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Cheryl Miller's driver's license was among the evidence collected from the car she and Pamela Jackson were last seen in. The two South Dakota girls disappeared in 1971. Now, authorities say it appears they accidentally drove into a creek. It wasn't until last year that low waters revealed the vehicle. South Dakota Attorney General's office/AP hide caption

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Kansas Board of Education members look over language for a science textbook in 2007. The fight over the teaching of evolution has been particularly fierce in Texas, which because of its size influences many textbook publishers. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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An undated photo provided by the South Dakota Attorney General's Office shows a Studebaker found this week in a creek near Elk Point, S.D. Two teenage girls from the area were last seen May 29, 1971, driving a car like it. Remains found in the vehicle may be those of the two teenagers. AP hide caption

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