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Suppression of Mayan Astronomy
Standing Rock Chair David Archambault II
Navajos Quiet on Extractive Industries
Installation on Ancestral Village Site
#NoDAPL Camp Honors Cheyenne River Youth
Native Nations Support Standing Rock
No DAPL: Camp of the Sacred Stones
NMAI Profile: Theodore Hernandez
1,000 Grandmothers Promote Safe Sleeping
Laguna Pueblo Purchase Commercial Casino
Standing Rock Is Political Organizing
Billy Mills Supports DAPL Fight
Eisenhower: Tried to Knock Out Thorpe
Standing Rock Sioux Nation vs. Pipeline
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Dakota Access: Roadblocks Remain
Choctaw Resort in Grant Adding 80 Jobs
Native Arts & Cultures - 2016 Awardees
Who’s Got the Bones? Cover Up Revealed
6 Big Upcoming Native Film Performances
Thing About Skins
Busted for 1gm of Pot! Feds Back Off Prosecuting American Indian Teen
Devontre Thomas, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs,...
Amnesty International Calls for ‘Immediate Halt’ to Site C Dam Construction in BC
Amnesty International has joined First Nations in...
Huge Victory for Tribes: Federal Courts Overturn Voter ID Laws
On August 1, U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland struck down...
King Cove Leaders Thank Senators For Life-Saving Road Bill
Last month the isolated Aleutian Islands community of King...
Tribes to Get Portion of Volkswagen Emissions Scandal Settlement Funds
About $50 million of the $15.3 billion settlement that...
DoJ Listens to Navajo Nation Request, Will Investigate Loreal Tsingine Death
The Department of Justice has agreed to investigate the...
Supreme Court Approached on ICWA Issue
The Cherokee Nation and one of its members have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide issues raised by a ruling of the U.S...
Lucinda Adekai-Yellowhair Appointed to State Committee on Probation
With a background of more than 20 years in the judicial system, Lucinda Adekai-Yellowhair, chief probation officer of the Navajo Nation was recently announced as the tribal communi...
Yankton Sioux Seek Justice for 17-Year Old Case at the White House Tribal Nations Conference
During the recent White House Tribal Nations Conference, Yankton Sioux Tribe chairman Thurmond Cournoyer hand-delivered a message to Charles Galbraith, Navajo, associate director o...
Lengthy Criminal Records Matter to 10th Circuit
A Nambe Pueblo member who objected to the length of his sentence for assault failed to persuade a federal appeals court that his prison term was too long...
Seeking Justice: Unable to Get Son's Murder Case Reopend, Native Family Sues FBI
On February 2, 2005, after the two men had spent a long day working on the range together, Bob Holcomb shot Steven Bearcrane-Cole between the eyes, killing him...
New Law Attempts to Bring Justice to Indian Country
This complex story begins in the summer of 1881, when prominent Lakota chief Spotted Tail was assassinated on the Rosebud Reservation by a Lakota subchief named Crow Dog...
Ramapough Indian’s Family Awarded $2.1 Million for Fatal Shooting by Park Ranger
On November 28, a jury in Hackensack, New Jersey awarded more than $2.1 million to the family of a Ramapough Indian who was fatally shot five years ago in Makwah during a confronta...
Infighting and Porn Replaced Police Work: Reports
From infighting to porn-ogling, police conduct is coming under fire from within its own ranks before the British Columbia Missing Women of Inquiry, the panel investigating why seri...
Native Americans Sue Washington State For Sending Them to Mission School
As reported by the Associated Press, eight Native Americans filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Washington Department of Social and Health Services...
NY Court: Cigarette Tax Law Harms Indian Economy, but Regulation is Lawful
Gale Courey Toensing
In a case brought by the Seneca Nation of Indians , a New York appellate court has ruled that the negative economic impact to Indian reservations from the state’s cigarette tax law...
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