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By Rick Kearns -- Today correspondent
Peru pressured to protect refugees fleeing to Brazil By Rick Kearns -- Today correspondent LIMA, Peru - The stunning recent photos of indigenous men aiming their arrows at the heli...
Narratives diverge on Longest Walk II-police encounter
Gale Courey Toensing
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Differing narratives have emerged from an encounter between participants in the Longest Walk II and members of the Columbus police department...
Tornado damages hog farm
Yankton Sioux prophecy fulfilled MARTY, S.D...
Tornado damages hog farm.
By Stephanie Woodard -- Today correspondent
Yankton Sioux prophecy fulfilled By Stephanie Woodard -- Today correspondent MARTY, S.D...
Payday lending or predatory loans?
Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing weighs testimony WASHINGTON - A hearing of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee on predatory lending dwelt more on payday loans, and came wit...
NCAI cancels Maine meeting in solidarity with Wabanaki tribes
Gale Courey Toensing
Resolution urges state to support tribal authority INDIAN ISLAND, Maine - The National Conference of American Indians has dropped out of a scheduled joint meeting in Maine with the...
Newcomb: Justice from whose perspective?
When Columbus made landfall on Guanahani island (the first Caribbean island he sailed to), he cut and seized a handful of grass to represent his seizing control of the land in the ...
Moore: A woman of great words
They are speaking - who is listening? Truth is piercing - who is bleeding? Honor is rising - who is lifting? Great Women of Words I sing for you. I sing a song of woven lightning...
Warne: Indian Health a legal right
The media recently shined a spotlight on life expectancy rates in the United States...
Call in the debt
A conclusion to Cobell v. Kempthorne is in sight. The accountability of the U.S...
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