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Author Karen McNeil joins us to talk about her latest book “The Wine Bible” available now…

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US Dept. of Interior removes derogatory name from several geological sites across the country, including North Dakota

The US Department of Interior announced Friday it has finished the process of renaming five places in California, North Dakota, Tennessee and Texas known to have previously included a racist term towards Native American women as part of its name. This was a yearlong process of removing the word squaw from these geographic sites across the country. In North Dakota, Squaw Gap, a hamlet in McKenzie county extending across the Montana border will now be known as Homesteaders Gap. Interior secretary Deb Holland called the term’s harmful in a statement released about the situation.