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LA Times: The Toll of Coal on the Navajo
Keene: Our Ancestors Are Not Your Props!
5 Bristol Bay Nuggets: The White House
The Perfect Stocking Stuffer!
Family Alleges Misty Upham Was Murdered
The Colossus of Chamberlain, SD
Native Designer, Artist Opens Boutique
Indigenous Rights Get Little Mention
Native Leaders Appointed to Positions
What Does Marijuana Memo Mean for Hemp?
Love of the Game; Hope of the People
Archaeologists Discover 13,800-Year-Old
Crime and Violence in Indian Country
Gov. Cuomo: No Fracking in New York
Fire Damages Native Exhibit in NYC
A Tribe Called Red in 'Gambler' Trailer
Painful Austerity Ahead
Oglala Lakota Fighter Gets First UFC Win
Bethany Yellowtail Launches Site
Obama Protects Bristol Bay From Drilling
Thing About Skins
Harjo: Republican policy-makers oppose health bill as 'race-based'
Suzan Shown Harjo
Senate Republican policy-makers say the Indian Health Care Improvement Act is ''race-based'' and they'll oppose its reauthorization...
Garcia: Tribal justice is not a 'quirk'
Fletcher: The Supreme Court's shrinking Indian law caseload
Matthew L.M. Fletcher
Observers of federal Indian law often chuckle when they read in Bob Woodward's 1979 book, ''The Brethren,'' about how U.S...
Kempthorne presents No Child Left Behind education initiative
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON - Department of the Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne has announced a new $15 million education initiative that aims to improve learning and instruction for 50,000 stud...
Women join together in South Dakota
Court upholds Fish Passage Center funding
PORTLAND, Ore. - It's tough to be a salmon on the Columbia River...
Rep. Jo Ann Davis introduces apology bill
WASHINGTON - A U.S...
Shinnecocks' recognition swamped in litigation
Gale Courey Toensing
Oglala Sioux Tribe to review election process
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - The Oglala Sioux Tribe will bring together a three-judge panel to review the tribal election code and regulations, procedures and the election appeals process...
News from the Pacific Northwest
Rights were retained, not given by 1855 Treaty SWINOMISH, Wash. - Washington's First Peoples were not given rights by the Point Elliott Treaty of 1855; those rights were upheld...
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