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Huckabee Connects Indians With Jihadists
Alabama Lawmakers Ask Tribe for Help
AIGC Recognizes Education Champions
Jewell to Deliver Commencement Address
General: 'Drunker Than 10,000 Indians'
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4 Easy Mother's Day Dishes
Young Diné Walk Another 350 Miles
Tribal Taxation Near Indian Country
Adam Beach in Suicide Squad Photo
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Republicans Kill In-State Tuition Bill
Susquehanna River Smallmouth Bass Cancer
Hollywood Pow Wow Sends Message
Leanne Goose: Getting and Giving Love
Eta Aquarids Struggle Under Moonlight
Big Sandy Rancheria Files Legal Action
Feathers Okay, But No Beaded Caps!
900 Runners Compete in Shiprock Marathon
USDA Funds Deadline Friday
Thing About Skins
'We’re Going to End Poverty on Pine Ridge'
The Obama administration has designated Pine Ridge Indian...
AAUP Blasts U. of Illinois for Violating Salaita’s Rights
Administrators at the University of Illinois – home of the...
New Budget Would Require Deep Spending Cuts for Federal Indian Programs
House and Senate negotiators have reached a deal on a...
Killing Season For Enviros: Death Threats Still Coming to Goldman Prize Winner
Winning an international environmental award highlighted...
Feds Prepare for an Attack on Indian Country. Or Not?
Correction: The original version of this article stated...
Dream Warriors, a Scholarship For Native Artists, Launches Today
Frank Waln, Tall Paul, Tanaya Winder and Mic Jordan are...
Indian Country Headline News
Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs Tackles Pending Issues, Longstanding Problems, and Youths’ Possibilities
Anxiety over violence in Indian country intensified a little for some when Colorado voters in November approved Amendment 64, which allows those 21 and older to possess small amoun...
Center for Native American Youth Debuts 'Champions for Change', Youth Leadership Program Aims to Affect Policy
Top officials from the White House and the Interior Department were among those in attendance on November 19, as former North Dakota senator Byron Dorgan announced a new awards pro...
Carcieri Fix: Still Time to Pass the Bill
Gale Courey Toensing
On the eve of President Obama’s 4 th Annual White House Tribal Nations Summit, there is still time for a legislative solution to Indian country’s top priority: fixing the U.S...
Doing Medical Research on American Indians' Terms
Bricks and mortar are not part of Sanford Research/University of South Dakota's (USD) plan to build the Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health in Sioux Falls, Sou...
Navajos Working to Get Little Colorado River Deal Through Lame Duck. Outlook Unlikely
The Navajo Nation is still trying to eke out a deal on Little Colorado River water rights, although an ambitious goal of trying to get it through during Congress’ Lame Duck session...
Q&A With Ken Salazar and Kevin Washburn
Edited by Gale Courey Toensing
Interior Secretary Kenneth Salazar and newly appointed Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn sat down with Indian Country Today Media Network and Indianz.com just befor...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
It’s our roundup of all the big news coming out of Indian country: • Cobell Settlement to Begin Paying Out by Christmas: The checks are soon to be in the mail...
Honor Our Warriors as They Prepare to Deploy
Roughly ten members of the Montana National Guard 495th Combat Service Support Battalion are Native. That may not sound like a lot, but that's 14 percent of the unit...
Chevron Assets Frozen in Argentina as Part of Amazonian Lawsuit
Chevron has not yet paid any of the massive fine levied against it in Ecuador so the plaintiffs in that case have taken their fight to the international stage...
FSIN Promotes HIV/AIDS Education Among Saskatchewan Residents on World AIDS Day
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations calls on Saskatchewan residents to take time on Saturday, December 1st, World AIDS Day, to educate themselves on the facts about HIV/A...
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