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Drought Disaster in Four AZ Counties
Payday Loan Lenders Hurting Natives
Throwback: Tony Duncan and Bret Michaels
CA Students Research Fed Rec & Water
NCAI President Wears Patriots Jersey
Miss Indian World Pageant Gearing Up
Start Eating Paleo Today With Beef Stew
Who Was the Lone Woman of San Nicolas?
NMAI Profile: Lisa Johnson-Billy
Indigenous Views: Hickeys and Cleavage
Blue Stone: Built on Client Success
Fashion Exploiting Native Wear Is Racist
Navajo Nation Could Lose Housing Money
Smallest Full Moon of Year March 5
Native Rockers in Spotlight at SXSW
Keystone XL Override Fails
Tribes Bringing Internet to Remote Homes
Partnering for Conservation Benefits
AMERIND to Host Golf Fundraiser
Whales of Noepe Remain Important
Thing About Skins
Smallest Full Moon of 2015 Packs a Light-Filled Punch
It’s the antithesis of a supermoon: With fullness falling...
A Bad River Win; Gogebic Taconite Putting Wisc. Mine on Hold
Gogebic Taconite announced last week that it is closing its...
Crow Official Fights for Treaty Rights to Hunt Elk
Three Crow tribal members have been cited in Wyoming for...
Could Climate Change Have Contributed to Syria Uprising? Study Says Yes
Scientists have been warning for years that climate change...
Lakota Youth's Video Message to Obama: Reject Keystone XL
President Barack Obama listened to youth not too long ago,...
Round Valley First Forest Carbon Offset Project on Native Trust Land for California
The discussions of climate change and carbon footprints are...
Seven Idaho Candidates Signed Up for October 15 Shoshone-Bannock Forum
Environmental Superfund cleanup, education issues and law enforcement top the list of topics that Shoshone-Bannock tribal members will be looking to discuss with candidates at a fo...
Zuni Sanctuary for Injured Eagles Bestows Blessings on Birds and Caregivers
Zuni Fish and Wildlife director and biologist Nelson Luna opened the door to the eagle refuge’s main flyway, a 100-by-25-foot space with 18-foot slatted walls...
Shinnecock Member Is First Native Woman to Graduate from England’s Oxford University
On September 22, Kelsey Leonard became the first Native American woman to graduate from England’s Oxford University...
Video Rapture: Time-Lapse Photography Comes Alive
Filmmaker and director Tom Lowe has turned time-lapse photography into cinematographic art, and that is nowhere demonstrated more breathtakingly than in his movie TimeScapes, which...
Final Chance This Year to Explore the Magnificent Ancient Native American Newark Octagon Earthworks
"Two thousand years ago, Native Americans built one of the most amazing monuments of antiquity in the place we now call Newark, Ohio," says Brad Lepper, Curator of Archaeology for ...
Willamette Meteorite Chunk Part of Largest Meteorite Auction Ever in NYC
We’ve been awash in meteorites lately, what with asteroids flying by and meteor showers abounding this month. (Meteorites are what meteors become once they land...
Justice Department Issues Policy on Tribal Use of Eagle Feathers and Parts
Just ahead of Native American Heritage Month , the U.S...
Asteroid 2012 TC4 Zips Past Us at 59,000 Miles From Earth, Inside Moon's Orbit
For the third time in a year or so, an asteroid is giving Earth’s orbit a swipe...
Inupiat Goldman Prize Winner Strong in Fight Against Arctic Drilling
Caroline Cannon, winner of the 2012 Goldman Environmental Prize, has not rested in her fight to save her Inupiat community and their way of life from Arctic oil drilling ...
New York Times Journalists Threatened With Arrest While Reporting on Keystone XL Opposition
Actress Daryl Hannah almost had company on the police blotter, as two journalists from The New York Times were threatened with arrest on Wednesday while interviewing protesters blo...
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