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Moya-Smith: Clinton, Trump, Spit Buckets
Wikipedia Wants Improved Native Content
White House Outlines Massive Outreach
Fossil Fuels Investment Takes Nosedive
Sierra Club: No DAPL!
Early Voting Starts Soon
Create a Cabinet Level Dept. for Natives
Mother and Daughter Graduate Together
Cabrillo: No Ceremony in Kumeyaay
The Week That Was: September 25, 2016
NMU Awarded Grant to Increase STEM
50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 Mag!
Obama’s Legacy On the Line:Dakota Access
DAPL: Climate Justice Meets Racism
Cherokee Elder Talks Doll-Making
Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’
What Does ‘Tribe’ Mean?
Federal Agencies Seek Input From Tribes
Sacred Ground Sold to Dakota Access
Rowling Take on N8V Culture is Dangerous
Thing About Skins
Happy Autumn: Fall Equinox Promises Welcome Chill
It may be boiling hot across large swathes of Turtle Island...
Nature, Culture, and Plastic: Obama Quadruples Marine National Monument
President Barack Obama has signed an executive order...
Poisoned Waters: Navajo Communities Still Struggle After Mining Disaster
SHIPROCK, New Mexico—On Friday, as the Obama administration...
Immediate Review of B.C. Mining Safety Demanded by Alaska Native Leaders
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 17: To include Lt. Gov. Byron Mallot's...
Hualapai Say Proposed Water Deal Could Benefit Tourism in the State
The chairman of the Hualapai Tribe told a Senate committee...
Western US Faces Wildfires Explosion
The blackened tree stumps stand out against a clear blue...
Delta Aquarid Meteors Kick Off Sparkling Summer
The slightly mysterious Delta Aquarid meteor shower is in full swing this week, peaking on July 28 and 29 for those who don’t mind getting up mega-early or staying up way past thei...
Breaking: Dakota Access Pipeline Approved
Despite the strong opposition of several tribes, the Army Corps of Engineers has approved nearly all permits to build the Dakota Access Pipeline project...
Legislation Honors Long-Ago Federal Promises to Replace Tribal Fishing Villages Drowned By Columbia River Dams
It has taken nearly 80 years, but the federal government is finally starting to make good on its promises to Columbia River Native fishers whose villages were inundated in the earl...
Building Energy Independence: Soboba Completes First Phase of Solar Project
Demonstrating the tribe's commitment to sustainable development and environmental preservation, yesterday the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians celebrated the completion of the first ...
Let the Water Flow! Navajo in Utah Closer to Water Rights Settlement
At long last, the Navajo Nation may have reached a settlement over its water rights to the San Juan River in Utah...
First Nations Demand Inclusion as Pipeline Breach Fouls North Saskatchewan River
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) has called for “full First Nation participation and representation during the emergency response” to a pipeline leak that dump...
Grassy Narrows First Nation Youth Sing Strong, Stand Tall in Music Video ‘Feels Like Home’
It might seem impossible to have hope when confronted with such odds, and such a past...
Dedicating Billy Frank Jr.’s New Wildlife Namesake
Hundreds gathered Tuesday, July 19 to dedicate the renamed Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge including tribal, local, state and federal leaders...
Treaty Rights Battle Links Hunting and Oil Pipelines in Minnesota
Members of several northern Minnesota Ojibwe Bands are preparing a legal challenge to reaffirm hunting, fishing and gathering rights guaranteed by their 1855 Treaty with the United...
Ho-Chunk Nation Donates $25,000 to Flood-Ravaged Bad River Ojibwe
The Ho-Chunk Nation is giving $25,000 to the Bad River Ojibwe, which was ravaged by flooding throughout Wisconsin that prompted Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to declare a state o...
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