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Song of Sophomores II
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Flowing Through Indian Country: 5 More Endangered Rivers
Editor’s note: While the Colorado River through the Grand...
'A Deaf Whale Is a Dead Whale': Sound Blasting for Oil Threatens Marine Life
Editor’s note: This is the first of three stories on the...
The Old Ways Win Again: Fishing and the Wisdom of the Elders
On a moonless November night, the rain-swollen St. Croix...
Why Is the Navajo Nation Giving Water to Fracking While Its People Are Parched?
In the midst of a life-threatening drought, the Navajo...
Telescope Opposition Gains Momentum With Rallies, Walk-Out and International Support
Opposition to the construction of a giant $1.4 billion...
Michigan Sells Treaty-Protected, Pristine Public Land for Limestone Mine
A group of American Indians in Michigan have lost their bid...
Republicans Threaten Keystone Rider to Must-Pass Legislation If Obama Vetoes
Gale Courey Toensing
The Republicans in Congress passed a Senate bill Wednesday approving the construction of the $8 billion Keystone XL pipeline, which President Obama has pledged to veto...
Before Syria, ISIS Hostage Kayla Mueller Fought to Save the San Francisco Peaks
Before finding her way to Syria and being caught up and killed in the war there, ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller fought to preserve the famed San Francisco Peaks from desecration by art...
Mud-Bogging, Anyone? Slogging Through the Elements for Remote Rescue on Navajo Nation
The family was frantic as water poured into their home and inundated their land. Panicking, they called emergency services and began transporting their animals to higher ground...
Video: Oak Flat Protesters Talk About Land Grabs and Copper Mining
Land grabs are as common today as they were during the colonial era, say the Apache and other Indigenous Peoples in this video of the February 7, 2014 daylong protest of potential ...
Walkers Conclude ‘Journey for Existence’ – 225-Mile Trek to Mount Taylor
On February 1, 2015, the walkers of Nihígaal Bee Iina (pronounced ni-hi-gahl beh ee-nah, meaning "Our Journey for Existence") completed their quest to walk over 200 miles in the na...
Minnesota Tribes Collaborate to Save State’s Disappearing Moose Population
Tribal rights to natural resources in the Great Lakes states have been the subject of much attention...
Idle No More Duluth Fights to Save Wolf, Ojibwes' Brother
Idle No More Duluth, based in northern Minnesota, is using the recent federal court ruling that put the gray wolf back on the endangered species list to call for respect by non-Nat...
Not Alone In the Dark: Navajo Nation’s Lack of Electricity Problem
Carol Bigthumb waited more than half a century for the lights to come on in her house...
Buffalo Field Campaign Creates NPS Phone-in Day to Save Yellowstone Bison
The slaughter of bison in Yellowstone National Park continues apace, in the name of protecting Montana livestock from brucellosis, and the Buffalo Field Campaign is continuing to k...
Lawsuit Seeks to Wrest Control of Lake Quinault from Tribe
The Quinault Indian Nation is dismissing a lawsuit’s assertion that the tribe does not have legal control over the use of Lake Quinault and hopes that U.S...
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