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We Must Reclaim Our Indian Tradition
Teaching Kids to Floss Can Help Parents
Conference Insults Indigenous Peoples
Buy Back Violates Int'l Human Rights
Lamprey Gets Help Through McNary Dam
Facebook's Gender-ID for LGBT Natives
Native Advocates Support Language Bill
Washburn Approves Kaw Nation Gaming Land
Williams Leads AK Natives in Iditarod
Repeal the Iron Mining Law
Answer to Expanding Oral Health
Standing Up to Diabetes on St. Regis Rez
9 More Standout Indigenous Women Leaders
Tribal College Honoree of the Year Named
Casting Doubt on Bering Strait Theory
Fancy Footwork Required at Wa:k Pow Wow
Poachers Destroy Iconic Redwoods
Ahyakak Wins 'Ultimate Survival Alaska'
New York Times Gives Front-Page Love
Fatter Wallets = Skinnier Kids
Thing About Skins
82-year-old grandmother drives home in new Mercedes
INDIO, Calif. – Isabel Galvan has spent most of her life taking care of other people and their homes. She’s 82 and a retired housekeeper from Thermal, Calif...
Russell: A Cherokee view of high finance
A bout the time the hot water hit the mocha java hazelnut coffee beans, cousin Ray Sixkiller showed up...
Hooper: Honoring Indian veterans
Ed Hooper, History News Service
L ast June a caravan of cars pulled into the Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis, S.D., to lay a legendary Marine to rest. Gov...
Trahant: Congress and President deliver on promises to improve Indian health system
The three most important things to know about what health care reform means to Indian country are simple ideas...
Government puts Shell’s arctic drilling plans on hold
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
A s 25,000 barrels of oil a day continued to gush from a British Petroleum well 5,000 feet below the surface in the Gulf of Mexico, President Barack Obama on May 27 announced that ...
Gathering of Nations returns to ‘the Pit’ in 2011
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE – For the first time in its 27-year history, the Gathering of Nations powwow was held outdoors at the University of New Mexico football stadium, across the street from ...
Coca leaf sacred to Bolivia indigenous
Sara Shahriari, Today correspondent
I n a mineshaft in southern Bolivia a young Quechua Indian miner scattered coca leaves at the feet of El Tio, the devilish god who guards the entrance to the mines...
Entries being accepted for prestigious Tribal Gaming Marketing Award
D oes it take a huge budget to produce innovative and excellent marketing work? No...
Cherokee Nation recognized by Native American Finance Officers Association
T he Cherokee Nation was recently honored with two financial leadership awards for its innovative efforts in tribal finance and economic development...
Technology and culture can create a future
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – From revising a museum diorama focused on the past to envisioning tribal development in the later 21st century, some of today’s Native high school students are preparing f...
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