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Big Day for Native Languages in Alaska
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The Curse of Wisconsin Point
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A Flaming Chariot Called Fear
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National Recognition for Tribal Health
The World’s Largest Voting Booth
Russian Tiger Defects; Pumpkin Riots
Duane Champagne’s Self-Determination
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Grave Robbing, Curses, and Customs
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Thing About Skins
Sequoyah High School senior signs with Kansas Jayhawks.
By Brian Daffron -- Today correspondent
By Brian Daffron -- Today correspondent ANADARKO, Okla. - One of the nation's top high school girls basketball point guards signed a letter of intent Nov...
As the days shorten, I am reminded how diverse our culture can be and how many names there are for this period of time...
Retired Lakota soldier honored at U.S. Army Women's Museum
FORT LEE, Va. - As a soldier in Iraq, Theresa Blue Bird found the spiritual and mental strength she needed to survive the harsh conditions there. Then, assisting in running a U.S...
Retired Lakota soldier honored at U.S. Army Women's Museum.
By Babette Hermann -- Today correspondent
By Bobbie Whitehead -- Today correspondent FORT LEE, Va...
John Graham to stand trial in 30-year-old murder
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - John Graham, one of two men accused of the murder of Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash, Mi'kmaq, in 1975, lost his fight against extradition to the United States...
Children, families involved in foster care honored
WASHINGTON - Tribal leaders and American Indian/Alaska Native parents and youth from across the nation joined child welfare advocates and federal policy-makers at Smithsonian's Nat...
Protecting culture and rights
DENVER - Language, culture and stories: these are part of what some tribes want to be considered as intellectual property rights...
Looking back on Dr. Charles Grim's tenure as IHS director
Part three WASHINGTON - As former director of the IHS, Dr. Charles Grim sometimes heard praise for the organization, but more often people brought up problems...
Washington in brief
'An Honor Song in the Old Style': le tombeau de Vine Deloria Jr. N. Scott Momaday appeared at the National Museum of the American Indian Nov. 28 on the Vine Deloria Jr...
Inject respect into climate debate
Another startling report of accelerated Arctic melting surfaced recently...
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