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50 Faces of Indian Country, Part II
Whirlwind of Change For Nez Perce Police
Robert A. Williams on the D of D
Moya-Smith: Armed Police Drones? Yep.
New Miss Cherokee & Junior Miss Crowned
Department of Ed Grants $50M to TCUs
Climate Change Is Disrupting Lives Now
Obama Hosts Alaska Native Roundtable
Man Acquitted of Hurling Beer at Kids
Tahnee Robinson: Player to NCAA Coach
Hopi: Celebrating the Sanctity of Water
Poarch Creek Member Yale Assistant Dean
50 Faces of Indian Country, Part I
Chasing the Political Homicide Record
No Fight Too Small in Racism Battle
Actor Randy Mantooth Battling Cancer
CNAY's GEN-I Map to Connect Native Youth
Mic Jordan's #DearNativeYouth Premieres
Obama Renames Mount McKinley to Denali
Health RIsks From Recent Wildfires?
Thing About Skins
Fires, Drought, Melting Glaciers: Tribal Climate Experts Hope We Haven’t Passed the Tipping Point
Mother Earth is teaching a lesson. Or giving us a scolding...
Wildfires Scorch More Than 500 Square Miles on Reservations in Northwest
The Colville and Warm Springs Indian reservations, as well...
Navajo Nation Sends Back Oily-Smelling Water Tanks
Navajo President Russell Begaye has ordered police to...
Lummi Chairman: We Will Fight Coal Terminal ‘By All Means Necessary’
August 17 was just another summer day, with the sun setting...
Navajo Crops Drying Out as San Juan River Remains Closed After Toxic Spill
Cecelia Wallace stood in her garden in the Navajo community...
National Park Service Does Face-Plant With New Rule on Gathering Plants
The National Park Service may have thought it was doing...
Construction Begins on San Francisco Peaks; Controversy Far From Over
The Arizona Snowbowl ski area, near Flagstaff, began construction this week on the infrastructure to deliver treated wastewater for snowmaking on its slopes...
Doomsday Busted: Mayan Calendar Looks Ahead 7,000 Years
A team of archaeologists has discovered a series of murals deep in the Guatemalan jungle, one of them a calendar that looks far into the future, the scientists announced on May 10...
Native Students Trekking to Washington to Demand Preservation of Sacred Places
This Mother’s Day a group of Haskell Indian Nations University students and advocates will embark on the Trail of Broken Promises, a journey across the eastern United States to sav...
Ten-Fold Increase in Asian Tiger Shrimp Population Causes Concern
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) reports that 331 Asian tiger shrimp were counted in the Gulf of Mexico in 2011, up from just 32 in 2010...
Dust, Thunder and Hail Storms Zap Phoenix Area
The Phoenix area got smacked with a double-whammy on Wednesday as both a dust storm and thunderstorm wreaked a bit of havoc, though no injuries were reported...
More Details of Sacred White Calf Slaughter, Locals Push for Hate Crime Status
As the killing of the rare white buffalo calf in Texas is becoming a national news story, more details are emerging about the circumstance's of White Medicine Cloud's death, and th...
Mother Earth Gathering on the Navajo Nation Honors Preservation of Traditional Agriculture
Kris Barney (Courtesy of Jamescita Peshlakai) At 24, Kris Barney, a Navajo, already lives solidly in his life’s passion...
Reward for Slaughter of Sacred White Buffalo Upped to $45,000
A year ago, a rare white buffalo later named Lightning Medicine Cloud was born near Greenville, Texas, on the Lakota Ranch...
Federal Budget Cuts Are 'Gutting' Environmental Review Process, UBCIC Grand Chief Says
The federal government has not only slashed the health budgets of several aboriginal-focused organizations but also has revamped the environmental assessment process in order to fa...
Achuar Win Green Party Support, Attend Talisman Annual Meeting
Achuar leaders from the Peruvian Amazon who are protesting oil exploration in their territory have won the support of Canadian non-governmental organizations and political parties,...
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