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Reflections of a ‘Normal’ Election?
The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
10 Pics: Fashion Show Benefits Immersion
Native Credit Scores Getting Better!
Are We Ignoring Our Native Elders?
Grow Up, Donald and Little Billy
Burning Track at Cocopah Tribe Speedway
Indigenous Push for Peace in Colombia
Chickasaw Nation, EPA Sign Pact
The GOP Case for Tribal Sovereignty
Christian Dominionism at the Root of Law
DiCaprio Doc Brings Climate Change Home
Sundance Calling 4 Fellowship Applicants
Native Humor: 13 #NoDAPL Memes & Comics
Shailene Woodley Defends NoDAPL
Penalty for Company on Yakama Rez
Angela Heikes to Lead SMSC Gaming
Indian Fighting; Marble Custer
Tribes to Partner with Feds
No Criminal Charges on Gold King Mine
Thing About Skins
We Need Democratic President for Indian Country: NM Dem. Party Chair
The Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico is...
Fed Report Needs More Clarity on Mortgages to Indians, Native Hawaiians
The Federal Reserve needs to get a little more inclusive...
From the Dakotas to the Desert: Energy Companies Threaten Native Culture
Commentary: An energy company plans a project that would...
Improvement of Rez Flooding Tied to Passage of Water Development Resources Act
A U.S. Senate bill to improve reservation flooding issues...
President Obama Signs Bill For Native Children Commission
U.S. Senators Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) and Lisa Murkowski (R-...
A Democratic House Was a Long Shot … Until Last Week
TRAHANT REPORT— Early in the election cycle I made a...
It's Not Over: Pursuing Civil Rights Litigation in Baby Veronica Case
The Cherokee Nation late yesterday filed a petition for a rehearing asking the South Carolina Supreme Court to reconsider its July 17 order that terminated the parental rights of D...
Wounded Knee for Sale: Still No Depp Deal, But Oglala Sioux Negotiating
After no word from Johnny Depp about buying Wounded Knee, Oglala Sioux Tribe President Bryan Brewer and three members of the Descendants of Wounded Knee met with James Czywczynski,...
State of the Navajo Nation Report Earns Council Approval
On July 15, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and Vice President Rex Lee Jim jointly delivered the State of the Navajo Nation report to the Navajo Council during opening day of it...
An Attack on Sovereignty: 2nd Circuit OKs Tax on Tribal Casino Slots
Gale Courey Toensing
A federal appeals court has ruled that the slot machines leased by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe from non-tribal businesses can be taxed...
Mich. Mining & Wis. Mining – A Blanket Unites Them
Mary Annette Pember
According to a Facebook posting by Nick Vander Puy, a potent legacy of Anishinabe commitment to care for their water was passed on to Felina LaPoint, a resident of the Penokee Harv...
South Dakota Tribes Building Homeownership Coalition
A new South Dakota statewide coalition will support and promote homeownership in Native communities...
Frack or Fiction? Study Says Fracking Does Not Contaminate Aquifer in Pennsylvania
Fracking chemicals do not cause water pollution, according to preliminary results of a U.S...
Creating Jobs: A Lesson From the Choctaw
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians are a model of successful economic development, which many attribute to their late Chief, Phillip Martin...
Leonhard: 'Human and Constitutional Rights' Violated in Baby Veronica Case
Brent Leonhard, an attorney for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon, was asked by Indian Country Today Media Network to weigh in on the controversy...
Driven Crazy By the Moon: Why Our Lunar Obsession Continues
Exactly 44 years ago, on July 20, 1969, the human race set foot on the moon for the first time...
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