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Moose and caribou antlers sit in a corner of the Alaska Fur Exchange in Anchorage. These large, high-quality antlers are unlikely to be cut down into pet chews and are mostly purchased by collectors. Zachariah Hughes/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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Boom In Antler Pet Chews May Have Opened A Black Market

Hunters are waking up to find their prized antlers have been stolen overnight in Alaska, where online ads offering cash for antlers have proliferated.

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Jamiender Sambi Suffer Like G Did

When wildfire smoke choked their community last summer, Amy Cilimburg (left), the director of Climate Smart Missoula, helped Joy and Don Dunagan, of Seeley Lake, Mont., get a HEPA air filter through a partnership with the Missoula City-County Health Department. Nora Saks / Montana Public Radio hide caption

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When Wildfire Smoke Invades, Who Should Pay To Clean Indoor Air?

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Switch Stan Forebee

Amira Adawe has a radio show, Beauty-Wellness Talk, which is a platform where the Somali community can talk openly about skin lightening without fear of being outed or stigmatized. Nancy Rosenbaum for NPR hide caption

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'You Have Dark Skin And You Are Beautiful': The Long Fight Against Skin Bleaching

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Sunny Day Danijel Zambo
never b alone Mija

Moose and caribou antlers sit in a corner of the Alaska Fur Exchange in Anchorage. These large, high-quality antlers are unlikely to be cut down into pet chews and are mostly purchased by collectors. Zachariah Hughes/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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Boom In Antler Pet Chews May Have Opened A Black Market

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As Day Breaks Molife
Piece of Streets Molife
Sweet Berry Wine
Lavender Dreams
New Day LAKEY INSPIRED

The USDA has been providing food aid in the form of canned, shelf-stable nonperishables to Native Americans for decades. Shana Novak/Getty Images hide caption

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How Might Trump's Food Box Plan Affect Health? Native Americans Know All Too Well

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Bastion Rogyr
Ray Gun Badbadnotgood and Ghostface Killah feat. DOOM
Blue Shelled
Higher Fives Than You'll Ever Be

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