Lawmakers return to Capitol Hill, and the White House hopes for movement on a tax overhaul and health care. Dense Secretary James Mattis is in Afghanistan, just days after a Taliban attack left at least 100 dead. And in France, two presidential candidates are headed for a runoff.
Generations ago, the American Indian Osage tribe was forced to move. Not for the first time, white settlers pushed them off their land in the 1800s. They ended up in a rocky, infertile area in northeast Oklahoma in hopes that settlers would finally leave them alone. As it turned out, the land they had chosen was rich in oil, and in the early 20th century members of the tribe became spectacularly wealthy.