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DOJ Asks SCOTUS To Rule Case
Being Considered 'as Nothing'
Awesome Worldwide Rock Your Mocs Pics
Thanks for Nothing
‘Saints & Strangers’ Review
Memes for an Unfoundedly Fearful Age
Tatanka Means: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Morongo: 30 Years of Donating Turkeys
Everything You Know About Thanksgiving
A Different Kind of Super-hero
NMAI Profile: Theresa Snow
Ignoring the Lie Behind Thanksgiving
Kalani Queypo: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Gary Farmer Talks: Role as Indian Joe
Sand Creek Massacre, 151 Years Later
Straight Shooting in Leach Hockey Memoir
NHL Stanley Cup Winner Reggie Leach
How ‘Saints & Strangers’ Got It Wrong
Hate Speech Cancels WWU Classes
Jurist Becomes First Indigenous Pres.
Thing About Skins
Against Suicide: "Together We Will Prevail"
In the Anchorage Daily News , Evon Peter calls for indigenous people to bond together and act in generosity as a means to combat suicide...
Back to Middle Ages: Banning Traditional Spirituality
One doesn’t have to resort to time travel to witness an explicit ban on traditional spirituality by the followers of the Christian faith...
The Power of Cherokee Women
In February of 1757, the great Cherokee leader Attakullakulla came to South Carolina to negotiate trade agreements with the governor and was shocked to find that no white women wer...
The Birth Of Grand Teton National Park
The Grand Tetons rise 13,770 feet into the sky from Jackson Hole, in northwest Wyoming. Another eight peaks in the range are over 12,000 feet themselves...
Alberta Oil Sands Plant Fire Prompts Shutdown
Officials are investigating a Jan...
New Study Investigates NA Eating Disorders
Scientists in Connecticut performed one of the first psychological studies into eating disorders among Native American populations, according to a press release posted on EurekAler...
NMAI Exhibit Displays R.C. Gorman's Joy and Skill
The American Indian News Service
The Pima and Maricopa Return to Their Roots
The Gila River, a tributary to the Colorado, has long been home to the Pima and Maricopa tribes...
Border Trash Prompts Joint US–Native Cleanup
That 1970s image of the Indian with a single tear coursing down his cheek as he is hit by litter thrown from a passing car is being supplanted...
Métis Chief Snags Third Term
Two-time Métis National Council (MNC) president Clément Chartier promised to “continue to push for recognition and rights of our Métis citizens across the homeland” as he garnered ...
Suquamish Intern Earns Honors
EUGENE, Ore. – Port Madison Enterprises scholarship intern Cassandra George has earned top honors at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Ore...
Choctaw Casino Hosting World Series of Poker
Choctaw Casino in Idabel, Okla., is playing host to the World Series of Poker (WSOP) from Jan. 6 through Jan...
Baby It's Cold Outside....
.... But it's not much warmer inside this ice cave on Ellesmere Island, Canada, with its view toward the Arctic Ocean and the North Pole.
Ontario First Nations Mourn Two Prominent Leaders
Norma Diamond, from the North Shore Tribal Council Lillian Pitawanakwat, from the Sudbury Star Barely a week into the New Year, Ontario was mourning the loss of two prominent First...
Lessons to be Learned from Carcieri Fix Defeat
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The BIA announced its decision to take land into trust for an initial reservation for the Cowlitz Indian Tribe on the same day that the 111th Congress adjourned withou...
Incoming Navajo Lawmakers Hear Restructuring Plans
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.—Incoming Navajo lawmakers are considering how to restructure the tribal council that was downsized from 88 members to 24 members...
British Columbia's Wetlands Pride
British Columbia’s largest wetlands contains 16 habitats and shelters more than 200 species, including the engangered bull trout, peregrine falcon and badger, according to the Rams...
Aloha Means Goodbye
WASHINGTON – As 2010 wound to a close, a bleak reality set in for many Hawaii Natives: Legislation that was their closest chance yet to getting recognized by the federal government...
Weasel, Purveyor of Stealth
The stealthy weasel is a messenger and observer in Native American mythology...
New EPA Committee to Foster Toxics Communication with N.A. Community
Native American tribes will soon have more of a say when it comes to developing chemical-management and pollution-prevention programs, the news site Newsreview.com reported in its ...
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