|by Joel Dyer The U.S. has lost not millions, but billions of dollars belonging to native Americans through mismanagement|
|by Pratap Chatterjee Dow, Shell, and other corporations prepare to dispute falling sperm count statistics in new book|
|by Barbara Hyde Safe drinking water can no longer be assumed, even in the United States and other developed countries|
|Citing an unusual 1868 Treaty with a "bad men" clause, the Sioux join Lakotas and Crazy Horse descendants in lawsuit against Heileman brewing company|
|New study suggests that increased use of whole-house air conditioning was responsible for hazier skies over national parks|
|Ralph Nader asks Clinton not to sign legislation "Sacrificing the fate of poor children and adults to election year posturing"|
|by Abid Aslam U.N., World Bank organization blames rain forest destruction on small farmers, not loggers|
|Up to 85 percent of hives in some parts of the country have died, bringing threat of massive crop failures|
|by John De Salvio While Pentagon denies gays serve in the military, local artists prepare a "names" project that could stretch 23 miles long|
|by Bill Johnson Believed the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center were part of a New World Order conspiracy|
|by Mario Osava But Brazil not interested in developing new crops|
|by Abid Aslam Stock market investors hope TWA 800 was downed by terrorists, because if the airline was not to blame, its stock will rise again|
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