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Missing Men from Pine Ridge Found Dead
Native PTAC Wins Economic Impact Award
Arthur: Assimilation Answer to 'Problem'
On the Washington Post Redskins Poll
AFME’s Native Stars & Stories
Dakota Access Pipeline Moves Forward
Win Tickets to White House Women Summit
Another Activist Attacked in Honduras
Manning: Sanders Advocates for Tribes
New Research Sinks Bering Strait Theory
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$56M in Community Development Funds
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The Week That Was: May 22, 2016
Plural Ethnicity or Plural Indigeneity?
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Non-Status Indians in the U.S., Part 2
Native Sports Columnist Red Flag at Poll
5 More Things You Thought You Knew
Thing About Skins
Offensive Inuit Documentary 'Of The North' Drawing Fire
Last year, Canadian filmmaker Dominic Gagnon released a 74-...
Canada Announces U.N. Declaration to Become Federal Law
The United Nations Permanent Forum’s 15th session opened on...
Looking for True History of Native Peoples? 5 Indigenous Women Who Get It Right
ICTMN featured American Indian women history professors...
Fort McMurray Wildfires: Alberta First Nations Assist Evacuees, Locate Members
First Nation communities across the province welcomed...
Reconciliation Is the New Assimilation: New NAIPC Co-Chair
Tamara Starblanket (Spider Woman), Cree, from Ahtahkakoop...
Fort McMurray First Nation Evacuated as Alberta Fires Grow Eightfold
The number of evacuees from Fort McMurray, Alberta, rose...
Quebec $60 Billion Lawsuit Targets Big Tobacco
Gale Courey Toensing
The Quebec government has sued four giant tobacco companies for $60 billion to recoup healthcare costs related to smoking...
Mother Earth Burning: Climate Change Will Increase Wildfire Frequency, Researchers Say
Wildfires such as those raging in Colorado and New Mexico will be more frequent over the next 30 years thanks to climate change, researchers say in a new report...
The Great Eight: The Native Players Whose Names Are Etched on the Stanley Cup
After the Los Angeles Kings’ rout of the New Jersey Devils to win the Stanley Cup Monday night, two more players from Indian country had their names inscribed on the trophy ...
Seattle Art Museum’s Aboriginal Collection is Extensive, But How’d it Get That Way?
Vancouver Sun blogger Douglas Todd recently called Seattle Art Museum’s (SAM) permanent collection of aboriginal artwork “beautiful, well-presented, entrancing and a touch mystical...
Ottawa Female Teenagers Act as Pimps, Forcing Underage Girls Into Prostitution
Three Canadian teenage girls face human trafficking charges for forcing their underage peers, ages 13 to 17, into prostitution, the Ottawa Citizen reported...
A Pair of Young Native Players Help the Los Angeles Kings to Their First Stanley Cup
In February, the flailing Los Angeles Kings called up forwards Dwight King , Métis , and Jordan Nolan , Ojibwe, from their Manchester, New Hampshire farm team, looking for a spark...
Mercury Poisoning Five Decades Later for Grassy Narrows and White Dog First Nations
It has been nearly five decades, but the people of Grassy Narrows First Nation in Ontario are still plagued by mercury poisoning despite numerous remediation measures and cleanup p...
First Nations Carvings Being Auctioned Today in France
A pair of wooden figures created by First Nations carvers on the British Columbia coast in the 19 th century are being auctioned today as part of a major sale of aboriginal art in ...
Floating Japanese Dock Washes up on Oregon Beach, Sparks Invasive-Species Fears
A 66-foot-long floating dock washed up on an Oregon beach earlier this month, encrusted with barnacles and other sea animals that could pose an invasive-species danger to U.S...
Seething Phytoplankton Rainforest Discovered Beneath Arctic Ocean Ice Worries Scientists
The United States space agency NASA has turned its gaze inward—under the Arctic Ocean, to be exact—and discovered a veritable rainforest of phytoplankton bloom beneath the ice...
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