Deborah Nelson

University of Maryland

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for co-authoring a Seattle Times series on widespread abuses in the federal tribal housing program and Associate Professor of Journalism at the University of Maryland

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Ringling Brothers made a historic announcement today that will end 100 years of circus tradition. There will be  no more elephants  under its big tops after 2018.

Ringling Brothers Will Stop Using Elephants

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