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Wallace Ben: Sand Painter, Medicine Man
Nine Women Vying to Be Crowned Miss Nat
Video: Inuit Woman Plucks Bird on Subway
Four-Day Run in Celebration of Sobriety
Got a Tribal Housing Dream?
Morris Named Director of ASU’s AIPI
Surfing’s Hidden Roots in Peru
Giraffe Dies on South Africa Highway
Sonny Sixkiller Buys the Redskins
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Aping Human Violence; Virginian Values
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Navajo Nation Stops Uranium Mining Deal
Long Walk: Hiking the Path of the Navajo
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On Job-Killing Legislation in Senate
Thing About Skins
Canoe Journey builds bridges between cultures
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
P ulling in the Canoe Journey, on the waters traveled by the ancestors, is often a spiritual experience. It can also be a hazardous one...
Husband and wife artist team say volunteering gives back
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. – Doug and Rachel Limon are Native American artists. He does bead work and she makes pottery, jewelry, paints and is a photographer...
Four Native leaders running for office in Washington
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Four American Indian and Alaska Native leaders in Washington state are running for election or re-election to state and national office...
Exit, voice and self-determination in Indian policy
Letter to the Editor
W hen the United States offered full citizenship to American Indians through termination policy in the 1950s, the government was asking tribal members to abandon collective tribal ...
Beltrami County Board: Red Lake asks two parcels be put in trust
Quentin Fairbanks remembers, as a kid, his father taking him to some high ground east of Ponemah on the Upper Red Lake shore and finding arrowheads and other artifacts...
Yuba supervisors recognize tribe
Yuba County supervisors gave delayed recognition to an Indian tribe Tuesday, but only after checking with the tribe seeking to build a casino near the Sleep Train Amphitheatre...
More cigarette tax talk
In changing the law to enforce collection of cigarette taxes sold to non-tribal customers on Indian lands lawmakers may have also weakened their ability to approve future tax law c...
Yavapai-Apache Nation takes lead in fight against diabetes
With diabetes (and other health issues) on the rise among Native American communities, the Yavapai-Apache Nation (YAN) took the unprecedented step of supporting and implementing a ...
Federal charges possible in branding case
The attorney for one of the men charged with kidnapping and branding a swastika onto a mentally disabled American Indian said his client likely will face federal kidnapping and hat...
Turnip research on the Standing Rock Reservation
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