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9 Laws Passed After Alcatraz
Police and Race: The Research Is Done
Veterans Share Concerns on NMAI Memorial
Justice League Trailer: Momoa as Aquaman
Penny Candy and Homemade Games
Sonny Says Tip Your Cleaning Lady
Indigenous Evicted, Displaced
AMERIND Risk Golf Event Raises Thousands
Breaking News: 13-year-old Gunned Down
Native Humor: 8 Types of Native Moms
Dedicating Billy Frank Jr.’s Namesake
Therapist Shot; Brain-Eating Amoebas
A Big Win for a Small California Tribe
2016 Hotlist: Recordings Native Strength
Minnesota Tribes Fight for 1855 Treaty
Just Move It: Exercise Is Fun
Death, Law Enforcement & POC
Violent Standoff With Settlers & Police
Lost Incan City Found at Last?
Flag Burning at RNC
Thing About Skins
Home Detention for Park Service Grave Robber
When NAGPRA, the Native American Graves Protection and...
Were Some Petroglyphs Inspired By Chinese Explorers?
According to the Epoch Times, an expert on ancient Chinese...
The ‘Renewal’ Era Has Begun: A Native Owned Blanket Company
For many Native peoples, the gift of a woolen blanket is a...
Flooding in Northern Wisconsin Hits Bad River Reservation
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker declared a state of...
Through Our Eyes: A Mohawk Remembers the World Trade Center Job Site
My father had a picture in his workshop. I noticed it when...
Luger: Four Ways to Maintain Healthy Social Media Habits
Regardless of what’s going on in the world, social media is...
Indian Country Headline News
Veteran Affairs Expanding Access and Visibility for Native Vets
After a visit to the Dwight D...
3 Indian Casinos Honored for Handling of Problem Gamblers
In the Sunshine State, almost one million people struggle with gambling addiction...
Challenge of Off-Reservation Tribal Casino Goes to Supreme Court
Gale Courey Toensing
Paula Deen: I Can't Be Sued for Being Racist Because Claimant's White!
Paula Deen’s lawyer filed a court motion Monday claiming Lisa Jackson, the former general manager at one of Deen’s restaurants who filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the...
A Tornado Tale, Part 3: Fending Off Scammers as the Community Steps In
This is the third in three installments detailing the experience of one American Indian family in the tornado that plowed through Moore, Oklahoma on May 20, 2013...
Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop: Exhibit Honors Missing, Murdered Women
Mary Annette Pember
“Walking With Our Sisters” is a commemorative art installation for the missing and murdered indigenous women of Canada and the United States...
Tulsa Disavows Using Trail of Tears as Sales Pitch for Olympics Bid
"We are not actively seeking an Olympic bid," Tulsa Sports Commission Senior Vice President Roy Hoyt said at a press conference yesterday...
Grant Helps Grow Penobscot Community Garden Food Project
An $8,100 grant from the Maine Community Foundation will help grow more fresh organic food for the Penobscot community on Indian Island...
Could Edward Snowden Seek Asylum with an American Indian Tribe?
Edward Snowden, former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor turned privacy activist and leaker of government documents, is currently seeking asylum from several sovereign nati...
Turning Stone Hosts Month-Long Celebration to Commemorate its 20th Anniversary
Twenty years ago, the Oneida Indian Nation opened its first bingo hall...
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