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1 World Indigenous Games 2015
FireKeepers VP Honored for Hunger Relief
Humboldt Students Win Thanksgiving Fight
Native American Man Dies in Holding Cell
CBC Blocks Comments on Articles
Call for Accurate Native Advocacy
Great Law of Peace Center Opens
Shell Refinery Fined $77,000
VIDEOS: Bad, Good News From DC Officials
Sioux Falls Violence Shelter Loses Grant
'Dances With Wolves' 25 Years Later
Indigenous Filmmakers Celebrated in NYC
Wisdom of the Elders Films Oregon Tribes
Three Sisters Flavor Thanksgiving Doodle
How Much Will Climate Change Cost?
Thing About Skins: Natives and Refugees
Cahuilla Travel Center Open for Business
Stay on TRACK to Prevent Blindness
Fairbanks Four Hearings Over
Next Gen Zealous, Intolerant Crusaders
Thing About Skins
Indigenous Climate Activists Descend on Paris for COP21
Confusing police jurisdiction and actions? Limited or no...
Collective Sigh of Relief as Interior Cancels Badger-Two Medicine Drilling Lease
Everyone from the Blackfeet Tribe to Montana sportsmen is...
How Much Will Climate Change Cost?
The world’s leaders are in France over the next couple of...
Ojibwe Oppose Non-Tribal Researchers’ Call for Delisting Gray Wolves
Gray wolves are back, which makes it time to take the...
Genetically Engineered Salmon Safe to Eat: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
First corn, and now salmon. The U.S. Food and Drug...
'False Solutions' Won't Save Mother Earth: Tom Goldtooth on COP21
In a lead-up to the Conference of the Parties to the United...
Leonid Meteor Shower Comes Back for More, Peaks a Second Time
Astronomers weren’t expecting much from this year’s incarnation of the Leonid meteor shower, but those flecks of rock smacking into Mother Earth’s atmosphere have surprised observe...
Get Your Night Sky on With This Yosemite Video
Astronomers may operate in the dark, but they actually want to share the light. Starlight, that is...
Bristol Bay Tribes' Fight to Fend off Pebble Mine Highlighted in National Geographic
National Geographic ’s In Focus feature this week scrutinizes Bristol Bay and the proposals by a two-conglomerate outfit calling itself the Pebble Partnership to dig a two-mile-wid...
NPR Exposes Loophole that Allows Dumping of Toxic Oil Residue on Wind River Reservation
National Public Radio (NPR) has unearthed documents via the federal Freedom of Information Act that show how a legal loophole enables oil companies to let oil-laden wastewater flow...
Native American Heritage Month: Iñupiat in Barrow, Alaska, Hang on at the Top of the World
This hour-long documentary chronicles the ebbing cultural life of the Alaska Natives who live on the edge of climate change...
Leonid Meteor Shower Lights Up Weekend Skies
The stars, they are a’flying once again...
Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award Honors Five, Welcomes Them to Rising Leadership Network
Ecotrust, the think tank that promotes sustainable development, has recognized 48 tribal leaders with its Indigenous Leadership Award (ILA) for their dedication to culture and to i...
Onondaga Nation Files En Banc Petition in Land Rights Case
Gale Courey Toensing
The Onondaga Nation has asked a federal appeals court for an en banc—or full panel—review of a decision by a three-judge panel that who affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of the Na...
Solar Eclipse: Casting Wonder From Iroquois Confederacy Beginnings to Australia 2012 Beachgoers
In a stunning display, the sun devoured by the moon just as the golden orb peeked over the ocean off Cairns, Australia...
Tune in to Watch Total Solar Eclipse Being Livestreamed from Cairns, Australia, November 13
Cairns, Australia, is all pumped up for its first total solar eclipse in more than 1,300 years, and its people are eager to share this singular event with the world...
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