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Graton Rancheria $175M Expansion, Hotel
Soboba, Cherokee IT Departments Praised
Energy Transfer Partners Restructures
Natives Honored with Ho-Chunk Day
Leaders Honored by Potlatch Fund
KILI Radio Uses Wind Turbine Energy
Tanka Bar: Top 10% Certified B Corps
Original Nations Anthem: Decolonize Mind
MCN Replaces Aging Buses With Grant
Dakota Access Pipeline Halted, DC Reacts
Standing Rock Wasn't Alone
Juneau for President?
Northwest Ocean Planning Taps ITK
Why This Election Was Dangerous for Us
DAPL Easement Denied Under Lake Oahe
Veterans Descend on Standing Rock
The Week That Was: December 4, 2016
Pushing Repeal of Affordable Care Act
The Mission Affect on One Pimugna Man
If I Saw It on Facebook, It Must Be True
Thing About Skins
A Deadly Month: Police Shootings of Natives Spike in October
There were at least eight fatal police shootings of Native...
Neil Young Rocks Standing Rock on 71st Birthday
Neil Young’s 71st-birthday wish came true on Saturday among...
Indigenous Woman Will Run to Be Mexico’s Next President
Activists in Mexico intend to endorse an indigenous woman...
A Guide to Trump’s D.C. Game of Musical Chairs, Part I
President-elect Donald J. Trump reportedly was too...
Forsman, Brower Appointed to Key Federal Positions
President Obama appointed Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard...
Breaking: DAPL Construction on Hold Pending Further Review and Tribal Consultation
Citing historical injustices, environmental uncertainties...
Indian Country Headline News
A Tornado Tale, Part 4: Rebuilding in Oklahoma, and How to Help
The tornadoes that ripped through central Oklahoma at the end of May have since been supplanted in the news by any number of events each more upsetting than the last—most notably t...
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...
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