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Yakama Nation Sues U.S. Army Corps
Chickasaw QB Headed to Cotton Bowl
Checking In With Miss NTU
Indigenous Clash With Police in Brazil
BAAITS to Celebrate Fourth Pow Wow
Police: Native Man Shot Up to Five Times
Cooking: How About Holiday Appetizers
Native Boxer Wins Women's IBA Crown
Not too Late to Vaccinate for the Flu
Alaska Native Attends CDP Training
10 Things To Know About Your Rights
Sovereignty: The Big Winner in Cuba Deal
The Week That Was
Youth Project Hosts Grad Ceremony
NMAI Profile: Paulette Jordan
Domestic Violence Epiphany: ENOUGH
A Decorated Veteran Honored
Winter Solstice: The Return of the Light
Video: Hoopa Home Chef Cooks Up Stuffing
It's Time to Bring Home Jim Thorpe
Thing About Skins
Greenpeace Apologizes for Wrecking Nazca Lines as Peru Prepares Criminal Charges
The glaring yellow letters, urging respect for the...
Video: What Resolution Copper Wants to Inflict on Apache Sacred Land
The San Carlos Apache Tribe is battling to save a sacred...
Colorado River Tribes Sue Interior, BLM to Stop Blythe Solar Project
The Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) have filed suit to...
Fundraising Successful: Native Settlement in Nashville to Be Saved
Fundraising efforts to save a Native American settlement...
Developers Versus First Nations Over Heritage Conservation Laws in BC
The need for reform of heritage conservation laws in a...
New York Times Details Dueling Grand Canyon Projects
The Grand Canyon may be one of the largest geological...
Archaeologists Uncover Hundreds of Bones in Unusual Aztec Burial in Mexico
The remains of a young woman were found surrounded by 1,789 human bones in Mexico City’s Templo Mayor—a find that is the first of its kind in the Aztec culture according to researc...
Maryland College Awarded Grant to Study Potomac River Archaeological Sites
Ritual Use of Caffeinated ‘Vomit Drink’ Discovered at Cahokia
Made from the roasted leaves of the Yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria) that grew more than 300 miles away, researchers found evidence that inhabitants at Cahokia were enjoying caffeinat...
Support Grows for Activists Lawyer in Arizona Snowbowl Case
A coalition of high-profile attorneys and activists are rallying around a lawyer who’s under fire for suing the U.S...
Sacred Sites Listening Sessions Scheduled
Legacy of Survival Brings Exiled Dakotas Home
For 150 years 14 Dakota tribal communities have lived in exile in the Dakotas, Nebraska, Montana and Canada—they’ll come back to their Minnesota homeland for two days this month...
Sun God Images Surround a New Maya Temple Discovery
The recent discovery of a new Maya temple in Guatemala has uncovered a possible connection between the king and the sun god...
Video Spotlight: Hiker Captures Beauty of Wildflowers at Winnemucca Lake
Winnemucca Lake in the El Dorado National Forest of California is a sacred site to the Northern Paiute people...
Doomsday All Over Again? Second ‘End Date’ Reference Discovered in Mayan Text
Recently a second Mayan text has been found that reveals an “end date,” for the Mayan calendar, but don’t schedule your doomsday party just yet...
Firefighters May Have Damaged Sacred Sites in Placer County, California
Robbers Fire began on July 11 and was reported at 90 percent containment as of July 20 by the Auburn Journal ...
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Obama Names Two Tribes Among 16...
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Native Cooking: Thanksgiving Is...