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Burning Track at Cocopah Tribe Speedway
Indigenous Push for Peace in Colombia
Chickasaw Nation, EPA Sign Pact
The GOP Case for Tribal Sovereignty
Christian Dominionism at the Root of Law
DiCaprio Doc Brings Climate Change Home
Sundance Calling 4 Fellowship Applicants
Native Humor: 13 #NoDAPL Memes & Comics
Shailene Woodley Defends NoDAPL
Penalty for Company on Yakama Rez
Angela Heikes to Lead SMSC Gaming
Indian Fighting; Marble Custer
Tribes to Partner with Feds
No Criminal Charges on Gold King Mine
Stories and Reflections on Carlisle
50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 II
Indigenous Voice Lost in Translation
Pig Girl: A Disturbing Play About #MMIW
Trump’s Reach in Final Debate
Orionid Meteors Struggle Against Moon
Thing About Skins
Lumbee Tribe of NC Emerges Slowly From Hurricane Matthew Flood Waters
As flood waters recede, the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina...
Typhoon Songda Remnants Slam Coast, Spare Washington State Tribes
It wasn’t the megastorm packing 150-mph winds and 50-foot...
‘Frankenfish’ Lawsuit on GMO Salmon Heads to Court on Election Day
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton won’t be the only ones...
From the Dakotas to the Desert: Energy Companies Threaten Native Culture
Commentary: An energy company plans a project that would...
Coming Full Circle: ‘Tending the Wild’ Series on KCET Highlights Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Indigenous Peoples are increasingly being seen as having...
Caribou Who? Kootenai Tribe Works to Revive the Disappearing Species
In 2009, on Kootenai tribal territory in the Idaho...
Get Out Your Shades for the Brilliant Algonquin Snow Moon
There’s no need to keep one’s eyes peeled for tonight’s lunar phenomenon—it will be in your face with the luminescent Snow Moon, which is attracting a lot of online chatter both fo...
Caribou Crisis Sparks Familiar Economy-vs.-Environment Debate
There are fewer than 50 woodland caribou left in the lower 48, and the U.S. government is considering drastic measures to save them...
Football-Shaped Asteroid of Love, Eros, Is Tumbling Past Earth
The near-Earth Asteroid 433 Eros, so named upon its 1898 discovery on the same night, August 13, by Gustav Witt in Berlin and Auguste Charlois at Nice, is the first asteroid to be ...
Tlowitsis Member Loses Eagle Parts Appeal in B.C.
Trafficking in parts from 50 dead eagles does not constitute an aboriginal right, a British Columbia provincial court judge has ruled, and a tribal member will be sentenced...
Milky Way Has a Mysterious Twin
The Earth is not the only space body with lookalikes floating around the universe...
Snow Slams Colorado
From a dusting of snow in Hopiland northward into a slow-moving blizzard in Colorado and the eastern Plains, a record-breaking storm is delaying travel, causing abundant fender-ben...
Big Blue Marble Redux: Earth’s Flipside, and a Goldilocks Planet
The first reissue of the Big Blue Marble image of Earth last week was so popular, Wired UK reports, that hits on Flickr surpassed those on the previous high record, the Situation R...
Navajo Nation Partners With Lab for Natural Resource Development
The Navajo Nation is teaming up with a national laboratory to examine which technologies are most effective in developing natural resources on the reservation...
First Video of the Dark Side of the Moon
Just as the lunar new year dawns, NASA probes have brought us video of the mythical far side of the moon, a sight never seen from Earth...
Killer Whales, ‘Wolves of the Sea,’ Are Migrating North, Inuit Traditional Ecological Knowledge Reveals
The bowhead doesn’t stand a chance. His killers have surrounded him, holding him underwater and covering his blowhole so he can’t breathe...
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