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Famous Disaster Guide for Tribal Victims
Names Have Power: Devil’s in the Details
President’s Alaska Visit: Remarkable
First Nations, Canada Combine to Save
Senator Rand Paul's Comment Draws Ire
Gary Farmer Talks Tour, Life on the Road
Native Humor: Funny Roadside Jokes
Turning Stone: Tiger Woods & Notah Begay
ommission Cites Century-Old Map
Names Have Power: Denali and Other Lies
West Swiftly Goes South; Denali Redux
Six Nations Arrows Defend Lacrosse Title
Foraging the Forest for a Fungal Feast
50 Faces of Indian Country, Part III
Big Room to Grow in Mortgage Vet Program
White Fear of Colored Unity
Nicaragua Canal Protest, 15,000 Strong
Shinnecock Call for Youth to Unite
Investigation Ends Into Circle Bear
Better Way to Get Money
Thing About Skins
Obama at GLACIER Conference: Climate Change Is Disrupting Our Lives Now
The Department of State with Secretary John Kerry wrapped...
Wildfires in Northwestern Indian Country Show Improvement
Fires throughout the inland northwest on Indian...
Obama Hosts Alaska Native Roundtable Upon Visit to Anchorage
President Barack Obama hosted a roundtable discussion with...
Tar Sands in Utah? Oil Industry Comes Knocking at Uintah and Ouray Reservation
As scientific researchers continue to press for a reduction...
The Tanoak Tree: Book Explores Pacific Coast History Through an Acorn's Eyes
While there is a need for good science–based environmental...
Hopi Run for Life Celebrates the Sanctity of Water
If bread is our staff of life, then water is our lifeblood...
Lake Erie Has Garbage Patch That Rivals Those in Oceans
As if loads of toxic algae weren’t enough, Lake Erie has come up as the most plastic-laden of the five Great Lakes. Plastic as in Great Garbage Patch...
Muskrat Falls Inuit Arrested Battling Churchill River Hydroelectric Project in Labrador
David P. Ball
A 74-year old Inuit elder has ended a hunger strike and been released from jail after being arrested along with seven others protesting the controversial Muskrat Falls hydroelectri...
Margaret Thatcher, Iron Lady and Climate Change Advocate
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the so-called Iron Lady who passed away on Monday April 8, was one of the first world leaders to draw attention to the potential pe...
Shoshone-Paiute Chairman Terry Gibson Walks On at 52
On the evening of April 4 Tribal Chairman Terry Gibson of the Shoshone-Paiute Tribe of the Duck Valley Reservation on the Nevada/Idaho border crossed over at age 52...
Important Cultural, Religious and Historical Resources Threatened by Drilling
The Hess Corporation’s development of oil resources on Taĥċa Wakutėpi (Killdeer Mountain) on the edge of the North Dakota badlands threatens to destroy the integrity of a site sacr...
Tribes Have Mixed Feelings About Tightrope Walker Coming to the Grand Canyon
Famed tightrope walker Nik Wallenda last made headlines in June 2012 by tightrope walking across Niagara Falls...
Awe-Inspiring Tour of Planets in Our Galactic Neighborhood
Soar through space with this amazing video showing our possible brother and sister planets in the universe—just in our galactic neighborhood, in fact...
Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal Spins Like a Top
Workers at the aquarium say they don’t know why he does it but he certainly does it often. Type “monk seal spinning” into Google and a number of videos pop up...
President Shelly Signs $2.3 Million Bill to Fund Continued Due Diligence Investigation into Coal Mine Acquisition
On April 3, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly signed legislation that allows $2.3 million from the Undesignated Unreserved Fund Balance to go towards the continuation of the due d...
Shooting of Mexican Gray Wolf Being Investigated by Federal Government
The Wildlife Services employee who shot a Mexican gray wolf in January is being investigated for the incident, officials with the U.S...
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