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Thanksgiving Is for Family
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Thing About Skins
First Kitty Litter, Now a Typo? Santa Fe New Mexican Investigates LANL Radiation Leak
Did a typo cause the $500 million (and counting) ongoing...
Merida Guilty in Choctaw Corruption Case
It only took the jury five hours to convict the former...
Rosebud Leader on Keystone: ‘Test Us – You’ll See an Indian Uprising’
It’s not often that you see moments of genuine human drama...
Saginaw Chippewa Appeals NLRB Pro-Union Ruling
In an ongoing battle between tribal sovereignty and federal...
Popular Indian Mortgage Program Now Costs More
The Department of Housing and Urban Development section 184...
Arizona’s Indian Gaming Phenomenon
“It’s the tribal in tribal gaming that makes the difference...
Indian Country Headline News
Beheading in Oklahoma: Suspect Said to Be Recent Convert to Islam
A workplace beheading in Moore, Oklahoma is sending shockwaves through the country in the wake of videotaped beheadings by Islamic State militants, although police say it does not ...
How Did I Miss That? Nerds in Saris; Naked Truth
Within the happy news that India has successfully placed a satellite into orbit around Mars, the BBC noted that a photo of the stereotypical control room success celebration of the...
Navajo Nation’s $554m Settlement Streaming Live
Today will become a date in history for the Navajo Nation, as tribal leaders along with U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewel, Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K...
Attorney General Holder to Step Down After 6 Years
His career started 40 years ago in the Justice Department, where he’s served under six Presidents – Democrat and Republican – all while standing by the ideal of equal justice under...
Bringing Back the Bison: Tribes and First Nations Sign Historic Treaty
In the first cross-border indigenous treaty in 150 years, several plains tribes in Alberta, Canada and Montana, U.S...
Longtime Native Voice for Women’s Rights, Deer, Speechless With Recent Honor
Mary Annette Pember
Sarah Deer recently had to update her resume...
Oglala VP: ‘Our Civil Rights Are Being Violated’
The Oglala Sioux Nation and a nonpartisan civil rights group formed at the request of President John Kennedy have filed a voting-rights lawsuit on behalf of voters from the tribe’s...
Washburn Meets With Ray Halbritter, ICTMN During UN Indigenous Conference
Kevin Washburn, Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs, met with Ray Halbritter, Oneida Indian Nation Representative and CEO, and ICTMN editorial staff in New York City on Monday to...
What Did Indigenous Peoples Get Out of the World Conference?
Now that the historic High Level Plenary Meeting, known as the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples (HPLM/WCIP), has come and gone, we can begin to see what it produced...
Cherokee Nation Opens First-Ever Tulsa Career Services Office
Cherokee Nation Release
The Cherokee Nation officially opened its new Career Services office in Tulsa on September 17 to help fill a variety of jobs that are coming to the metro Tulsa area...
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The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, October 26, 2014
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Walter Echo-Hawk Receives Human Rights Honor by International Organization
Jaylen Fryberg Was 'Living Hope' For Tulalip Tribe, Editorial Says
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