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Rincon Band Opens SoCal Casino Brewery
N.D.'s Brutal Actions at Standing Rock
Veterans Ask for Forgiveness and Healing
Weathering the Storm at Standing Rock
Attend Tonight's NB3 Foundation Gala
Objections to New York Times Op-Ed
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Snowstorm Slams Protectors; Time to Go
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?
Thing About Skins
A Deadly Month: Police Shootings of Natives Spike in October
There were at least eight fatal police shootings of Native...
A Guide to Trump’s D.C. Game of Musical Chairs, Part I
President-elect Donald J. Trump reportedly was too...
Bella Bella Fights Massive Diesel Spill After Tugboat Runs Aground
Bella Bella, British Columbia, is in the heart of the...
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...
DAPL Water Protectors at Risk for PTSD
For Water Protectors opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline in...
Former Economic Commissioner Denies Reported Racist Remarks
Gale Courey Toensing
Maine’s former commissioner of economic development czar who resigned earlier this week has denied reports that he made racist and offensive remarks at a Chamber of Commerce awards...
Supreme Court Blocks Multi-Tribal Trust Suit
WASHINGTON – In yet another loss for tribes with the Supreme Court, its justices have ruled that the Tohono O'Odham Nation is not allowed to pursue a lawsuit claiming mismanagement...
Congress Defunds Wasteful Catch Shares Program
Jane Lubchenco of NOAA defends her position on the catch shares program at a meeting with fishermen, environmentalists, tribal members and local officials at the Mendocino County B...
Indian Farmers Granted $760 Million from USDA
WASHINGTON – A federal court has officially approved settlement to the long-running Keepseagle v. Vilsack case that pitted Native American farmers against the U.S. government...
Métis Get Vague Answers to Specific Questions
The Inuit are not the only Native population grilling the five parties in the May 2 election...
Indian Leaders Condemn Maine Commissioner for Reported Racist Remarks
Gale Courey Toensing
Indian country leaders reacted swiftly to the latest outbreak of “the language of savagery” —racist and offensive remarks made by prominent people. This time it occurred in Maine...
Nunavik Nixes Regional Government Proposal in Referendum
Nunavik voters in northern Quebec voted no to forming a regional government, the Nunatsiaq News reported on April 28...
Political Parties Respond to Inuit Concerns—Barely
In Arctic Canada, climate change is vaporizing vast expanses of snow and ice...
Ute Tribes Honored, Needs Outlined
Colorado Lt. Gov...
Project 60: Take Back Your Voice and Vote, Aboriginal Youths Urge Peers
With all the debate among aboriginals on whether to vote in the May 2 federal election, Atlantic First Nation youth are taking a stand on the voting side of the fence...
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