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When Hillary Clinton broke the longest-lasting glass...
Cody Hall mom Francine Natalie Hand photo
MANDAN, North Dakota—Dakota Access Pipeline water protector...
From the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) to...
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Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
The federal government’s 2014 climate change assessment puts the Standing Rock dispute in context with this paragraph about the Great Plains. “Rising temperatures are leading to increased demand for water and energy. In parts of the region, this will cons
TRAHANT REPORTS—On Friday I tweeted: “What an extraordinary...
Federal officials took the first step this week toward a...
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ICTMN Staff
10/1/13
It took 50 years to get Michigan’s gray wolf population up to 658, and only 30 minutes to sell three-quarters of the available licenses—900 out of 1,200—when they went on sale on S...
Rob Capriccioso
10/1/13
The federal government has a trust responsibility to tribes and their citizens...
ICTMN Staff
10/1/13
Speaking out against a potential federal government shutdown, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly expressed his dismay that Congress is failing to honor its trust responsibility to ...
ICTMN Staff
9/29/13
Santa Clara Pueblo has been declared a disaster for devastating storms and flooding that occurred in July, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced on Friday Septem...
ICTMN Staff
9/27/13
What did we do wrong, Facebook?...
Rob Capriccioso
9/26/13
Leaders of the Passamaquoddy Tribe of Maine are questioning lawyer Keith Harper’s commitment to human rights given his treatment of the tribe during negotiations of their $12 milli...
Duane Champagne
9/27/13
Many traditional American Indian governments have significant organizational similarities with contemporary parliamentary governments around the world...
Vincent Schilling
9/26/13
In December 2012 Bryan Brewer became president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe on the Pine Ridge Reservation...
Brian Daffron
9/26/13
The wooded lands east of the Mississippi River were once the everyday homes for several more sovereign nations than are now serviced under the current Bureau of Indian Affairs' Eas...

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