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FEMA Helps Rain-Soaked Soboba Luiseño
Nature Conservancy Awards Sealaska $500K
NCAIED President Is in Washington, D.C.
State of Indian Nations Addressed Issues
Alleged Party Leads to Conversation
Shoni Schimmel Madness!
Murkowski Blasts Obama Alaska Protection
Effects of Gold, Greed and Genocide Era
Empowering Indian Country
Blackhorse Goes Toe-to-Toe With Shelly
Chili’s Coming to Southeast Oklahoma
Is This the Climate’s Turning Point?
Students Face Racism at Hockey Game
Humboldt Students Occupying Building
Barona Murder Suspect Released
Pass Indian Housing Reauthorization
Obama Protects Alaska Refuge
Russell Wilson Says He's Part Native
Native Student Can’t Wait to Help People
AZ Indian Festival Ready for Super Bowl
Thing About Skins
People Belong to the Land; Land Doesn’t Belong to the People
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous...
Red Lake Tribal Council to do Hemp Feasibility Study
Although the subject was not on the printed agenda for the...
Obama’s State of the Union to Call for Investing In Young People; Will Congress Listen?
Indian country is rarely mentioned during a presidential...
Mille Lacs Band State of the Nation Focuses on Cultural Sovereignty
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Chief Executive Melanie Benjamin...
Fort Peck Tribes Join Those to Legalize Medical Marijuana
The Fort Peck Tribal Executive Board approved a resolution...
Bishop Paiute Tribe Terminates CA Housing Due to Extra Costs
The Bishop Paiute Tribe of California has terminated a...
Utah Navajo Trust Fund Discussed at Meeting between Navajo President Shelly and Utah Governor
On June 29, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly met with Utah Governor Gary Herbert to address the more than $40 million Utah Navajo Trust Fund and the need for the funds to go to N...
Praise for Crazy Horse
In a July 2 column on Truthdig, Chris Hedges lavishes praise on Crazy Horse , the Oglala Lakota war leader, for the way he lived his life...
Forgotten No More: Oneidas Donate to Start a Revolutionary Museum
WASHINGTON – The leadership and citizens of the Oneida Indian Nation (OIN) of New York think it is important to pay homage to its role in the Revolutionary War in order to help Ame...
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council Approves Tribal-State Compact
Gale Courey Toensing
Tribe will pay 21.5 percent of gross gaming revenues to the state The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council authorized Chairman Cedric Cromwell to sign a tribal-state compact on July 11...
Past Campus Presents New Possibilities for Fort Lewis College
Emery Cowan, Durango Herald Staff Writer
This is the fourth and final story in a four-part series about the Native American tuition waiver at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado...
A 26-Year-Old Lakota Activist Campaigns to Make Plan B Available, Affordable to Native Women
Sunny Clifford, a 26-year-old Pine Ridge Tribal park ranger , has launched a Change.org petition that seeks to improve the quality of women’s lives by making Plan B available—and a...
Interior Releases Tribal Economic Data Not Gathered From Tribes
WASHINGTON – Amid calls from the U.S. Congress for the U.S...
Wakarusa Wetlands Dispute Decided in Tenth Circuit Court
A group of students from Haskell Indian Nations University lost a major skirmish in their battle to save the Wakarusa Wetlands, long associated with Haskell history and traditional...
Oklahoma Governor’s Office Appoints Native Liaison
One year after the dissolution of the Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission, Oklahoma Republican Governor Mary Fallin has appointed Kaw Nation member Jacque Secondine Hensley as her N...
Women’s Health Rights Advocate, Joan Dunlop, Walks On
Joan Dunlop, an advocate for women’s health rights, walked on June 29 at her home in Lakeville, Connecticut...
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