It’s no secret that parts of North Dakota are plagued with...
Did a typo cause the $500 million (and counting) ongoing...
Greg Grey Cloud, Crow Creek Sioux, was arrested on November...
It’s not often that you see moments of genuine human drama...
  Think a couple months after Halloween is a long time to...
Washington State’s rail system is aging, and that combined...
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Environment

ICTMN Staff
2/2/12
The bowhead doesn’t stand a chance. His killers have surrounded him, holding him underwater and covering his blowhole so he can’t breathe...
Anne Minard
2/2/12
The Navajo Nation is celebrating the hard-won “clean closure” of a uranium waste dumping ground that was overlooked during federal cleanup efforts in the 1990s...
Carol Berry
2/2/12
If you can imagine the bleak landscape of the moon, you can envision the desolate, 54,000-square-mile tar sands of northern Alberta, a focus of controversy and concern in Canada, t...
ICTMN Staff
2/2/12
NOTE: This article oririginally appeared on our website on February 2, 2012. What does Groundhog Day have to do with Native American language and history ?...
ICTMN Staff
2/1/12
Running the gamut in subject matter from Christmas memories to boarding school, four books have won accolades from the American Indian Library Association (AILA)...
ICTMN Staff
2/1/12
The ancients have known for some time that we are made of stardust, but now a NASA spacecraft has detected the actual atoms from outside the solar system...
ICTMN Staff
1/31/12
Bobcats in the Everglades National Park? Down 87.5%. Opossum? Down 98.9%. Raccoons? Down 99.3%...
Carol Berry
1/31/12
The Oglala Lakota Nation is grateful that President Obama denied a permit for the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline, but is concerned that his decision will allow TransCanada to “simpl...
ICTMN Staff
1/31/12
Residents of Ica, Peru, a coastal town south of Lima, are still shaken following an earthquake that destroyed more than 120 homes and damaged 581 buildings, and injuring 145 people...
ICTMN Staff
1/31/12
What NASA knows as sunspot 1402 spat out an X2-class solar flare on January 27, more powerful than the January 23 one that set the northern lights ablaze as far south as Ireland...

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