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FEMA Helps Rain-Soaked Soboba Luiseño
Nature Conservancy Awards Sealaska $500K
NCAIED President Is in Washington, D.C.
Alleged Party Leads to Conversation
State of Indian Nations Addressed Issues
Shoni Schimmel Madness!
Murkowski Blasts Obama Alaska Protection
Effects of Gold, Greed and Genocide Era
Empowering Indian Country
Blackhorse Goes Toe-to-Toe With Shelly
Chili’s Coming to Southeast Oklahoma
Is This the Climate’s Turning Point?
Students Face Racism at Hockey Game
Humboldt Students Occupying Building
Barona Murder Suspect Released
Pass Indian Housing Reauthorization
Obama Protects Alaska Refuge
Russell Wilson Says He's Part Native
Native Student Can’t Wait to Help People
AZ Indian Festival Ready for Super Bowl
Thing About Skins
Obama’s State of the Union to Call for Investing In Young People; Will Congress Listen?
Indian country is rarely mentioned during a presidential...
Mille Lacs Band State of the Nation Focuses on Cultural Sovereignty
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Chief Executive Melanie Benjamin...
From Lab Rats to Psychics: Canadian Residential Schools Tested ‘Primitive’ Aboriginal Children for ESP
Children ripped away from their parents during the boarding...
Bishop Paiute Tribe Terminates CA Housing Due to Extra Costs
The Bishop Paiute Tribe of California has terminated a...
How Did I Miss That? Surviving Bill Cosby; Freedom of the Press
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler at the Golden Globe Awards proved...
Navajo Nation Delegates Take Oath of Office, Including Ben Shelly
Twenty-three men and one woman on Tuesday took the oath of...
Indian Country Headline News
New Jersey Assembly To Vote on Legalizing Online Casino Gaming Today
The New Jersey Assembly is expected to vote on a bill today that could legalize online casino gambling, reported NorthJersey.com ...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
A roundup of the big stories in Indian Country for the week ending December 16, 2012: • Massive Native Art Auction: A Native American art auction brought in $1.28 million for Bonha...
Donations to Blackfeet Christmas Fund Will Brighten the Holidays for 3,500 Children
The Blackfeet Tribe is hoping the goodwill of people all over the world will help them provide for their 3,500 children again this holiday season...
Merry, Merry Ex-Mas! Embracing the Holidays as a Single Parent
Counting this year, I will have celebrated 11 Thanksgivings and Christmases as a single mother...
Trafficking of Wildlife Marks Fourth Largest Illegal Global Trade, Worth $19 Billion Annually
The illicit trafficking of wildlife took center stage at a recent, high-level briefing for United Nations (UN) ambassadors in New York, reported worldwildlife.org ...
Mayan Festival at National Museum of the American Indian Celebrates Bak’tun, Dispels Misconceptions About 12-21-12
What NASA is debunking with science, indigenous groups are debunking with information about what the Mayans actually predicted...
Canada's Senate Passes Bill C-45 as Aboriginals Vow Not to Honor It
Bill C-45 passed 50–27 as aboriginals across Canada continued protesting under the motto “Idle No More,” and Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence began her fourth day of a hunger stri...
Pala Chairman Robert Smith Elected California Tribal Business Alliance Chair, Denounces Illegal Internet Sweepstakes Cafés
On Tuesday night, the California Tribal Business Alliance (CTBA) board of directors unanimously elected the Honorable Robert Smith, chairman of the Pala Band of Mission Indians, as...
Muscogee Nation Sues Poarch Band Over Hickory Ground Desecration
Gale Courey Toensing
The Muscogee Creek Nation has filed a lawsuit to stop the Poarch Band of Creek Indians from continuing construction of a $246 million casino expansion at Hickory Ground in Wetumpka...
Study: Colorado River Water Supply Slowly Falling Short of Users
The Colorado River – which is the lifeblood to 40 million people and no less than 22 tribes – stands to fall at least 3.2 million acre-feet short of its users’ needs by 2060...
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