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NMAI: Stop Auction of Remains & Items
Angriest Indian Author: Adrian C. Louis
Harsh Wildfire Season on West Coast
Native Students Enjoy IAIA Graduation
What Comes After #NoIWontJustMoveOn?
Tawna Sanchez: ‘We Did It’
Read It and Eat: Literacy and Lunch
Teaching O’odham History in Arizona
Missing Men from Pine Ridge Found Dead
Native PTAC Wins Economic Impact Award
Arthur: Assimilation Answer to 'Problem'
On the Washington Post Redskins Poll
AFME’s Native Stars & Stories
Dakota Access Pipeline Moves Forward
Win Tickets to White House Women Summit
Another Activist Attacked in Honduras
Manning: Sanders Advocates for Tribes
New Research Sinks Bering Strait Theory
'Extreme Heat Week' Focuses on Coping
Cobell Scholarships (Almost) On the Way
Thing About Skins
It’s Official: President Obama Designates Bison as National Mammal
The bison, once nearly extinct, has officially joined the...
‘Historic Victory for Treaty Rights’: Northwest Tribes Rejoice as Army Corps Rejects Coal Terminal
Northwest tribes were elated after the U.S. Army Corps of...
Justice League Stars Protest Dakota Access Pipeline, Support Standing Rock Sioux
With only days left to go until the Army Corps of Engineers...
Indigenous Environmental Hero Maxima Acuña De Chaupe Wins Goldman Prize
The noted indigenous activist from Peru, Maxima Acuña de...
Scarface, Famous Yellowstone Grizzly, Shot Dead in Twilight Years
Another wild animal with a fan base among humans has met a...
Fort McMurray Wildfires: Alberta First Nations Assist Evacuees, Locate Members
First Nation communities across the province welcomed...
Fuel Reaches Nome; Cordova Keeps Digging
The Russian tanker Renda, carrying much-needed fuel to Nome, Alaska, has arrived...
Death of Yakama Leader Leaves Ripples in Many Communities
The October 27, 2011 death of Yakama General Council chair Moses Dick Squeochs created serious ripples not only within his family and the Yakama people, but also with the higher ed...
Aboriginal Leaders Angered by Outright Government Support of Northern Gateway Pipeline
Aboriginal leaders from around the country came down on Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver this week for voicing support of Enbridge Corp.’s...
Paiute and Wampanoag Stories to Screen at Wild & Scenic Festival
On Friday, January 13, the 10th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival will open in Nevada City, California, and over the course of the weekend more than 110 films will be shown at...
Climate and Energy Concerns Help Nudge Doomsday Clock Closer to Midnight
In 1947, directors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist (BAS) devised a metaphor for the world's nearness to self-annihilation they called the "Doomsday Clock." Armageddon is sy...
Mother Earth’s Sisters: More Than 100 Billion Planets in Milky Way
There may be at least one planet per star in the Milky Way, which means that Mother Earth could have as many as a 100 billion sisters...
Interior Issues 20-Year Ban on New Mining Claims Near Grand Canyon
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar recently announced a 20-year ban on new hard rock mining claims on more than a million acres around the Grand Canyon, reported Bloomberg BusinessWeek...
Gallery: The Journey to Nome, From the Deck of the Healy
Next Generation of Genetically Modified Foods May Affect Human Health
A new study published in the journal Cell Research reveals material from genetically modified (GM) food has survived the human digestive process, affecting cholesterol function in ...
Russian Tanker Within 100 Miles of Nome
A tanker carrying desperately-needed fuel is closing in on Nome, Alaska, a city of 3,600 residents, more than half of whom are Alaska Natives...
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