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First Nations Open Reserves to Evacuees
Leonard Peltier Not Chosen for Clemency
Hunter Shot Famous Yellowstone Grizzly
Joint Statement To The Pontifical Counci
Oh, Deer! Cement Shoes Are Real
Confirmed: Racial Inequities in Health
Shoshone Tribe Buys Farm Land in Wyoming
Face to Face with Pope Francis
Global Canoe Paddles for Native Voices
College Fund Receives $2.4 Million Grant
Autism: What You Should Know
The Ties That Bind Heroes
Bernie Sanders Knows
All-Lakota Youth Archery Team Advances
Racist Comments After UNM Drops GON
Alberta Fires Cover 300+ Square Miles
John Leguizamo's Latin America 4 Morons
35 Years: Iroquois Indian Museum
Acuña De Chaupe Wins Goldman Prize
Native Youth Discuss Community Service
Thing About Skins
Breaking: Federal Agency Publishes Proposed Rule, Announces Major Grant to Implement ICWA
Signaling continued federal intent to support the Indian...
Cleveland Bans Baseball Team’s Wahoo From Utility Poles
On Monday, the day of the Cleveland Indians’ opening game...
Great Sioux Nation Defends Its Waters From Dakota Access Pipeline
In the coming weeks or maybe even days, the U.S. Army Corps...
Tribal Self-Sufficiency Behind Pokagon and South Bend Agreement
Before the University of Notre Dame became South Bend,...
Franklin Pierce: Fierce Protector of White Settlers in ‘Indian Territory’
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
Sanders Hires Native American Staffer: Nicole Willis
On March 21, the day after coordinating Bernie Sanders’...
Interior Department Rebuts Schumer, Reconfirms Oneida’s 300,000-acre Reservation
Gale Courey Toensing
The Interior Department has re-confirmed its long held position that the Oneida Indian Nation’s 300,000-acre reservation has not been disestablished...
Kiowa Citizen Nominated for Federal Court
On Wednesday, President Barack Obama nominated Paul A. Engelmayer and Arvo Mikkanen to United States District Court judgeships...
USET Leaders Challenging Power
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON—The United South and Eastern Tribes is leading a movement to change the way Indians nations and the federal government interact...
ATNI Speakers Urge Caution, Strength
The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians opened its winter conference at the Coquille Tribe’s Mill Casino in North Bend, Oregon, on optimistic and ominous notes...
Two New Mexico Cities Oppose Navajo Water Rights
The cities of Aztec and Bloomfield are preparing to contest in court the water rights settlement that was signed into law in December by Interior secretary Ken Salazar and former N...
Snyder Hates Devils, Likes Redskins
WASHINGTON — File under irony...
Antidiscrimination Clause Doesn’t Waive Sovereignty
DENVER—A tribe’s sovereign immunity from lawsuit is not waived simply because it also complies with an antidiscrimination employment policy, the 10 th U.S...
Indians to HuffPo: What About Us?
On the news that the Huffington Post website is planning to launch a section for African American topics, Native Americans are asking the popular mainstream blog and news site to c...
Tribes Work with Feds on Eagle Feather Ceremonial Use
DENVER—The eagle, cultural icon to Native Americans and the U.S...
Hopi Reject Constitutional Changes
KYKOTSMOVI, Ariz.—Hopi and Tewa voters upheld 75 years of individual village clout Jan...
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