Bariloche, Argentina. San Carlos de Bariloche, in Argentina’s Patagonia, is a town bordering Lago Nahuel Huapi, a large glacial lake surrounded by the snow-crowned Andes. It's known for its Swiss alpine architecture and its chocolate, sold in shops lining Calle Mitre, the main street. It's also a popular base for hiking and skiing the nearby mountains and exploring the surrounding Lakes District.
On November 10, the Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a hearing on several bills, including the Alaska Safe Families and Villages Act (S. 1192) and the Stand Against Violence and Empower (SAVE) Native Women Act (S. 1763)