"If these were non-aboriginal children, all the resources would be in their schools," First Nations representative Charlie Angus says. "When they’re aboriginal children, well, 'Hey, you can take a number and stand in line.'"
In the Mississippi Delta, ambitious plans are underway to rebuild thousands of acres of marsh land, the first line of storm-surge defense for New Orleans and the surrounding communities. But progress has been slow and questions remain about funding this enormous project.
An international panel of investigators has wrapped up its probe into the apparent massacre of 43 students in southern Mexico in 2014. The panel now accuses the Mexican government of stonewalling their investigation into the student's disappearance.