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Video: Alaska Is Melting
On Job-Killing Legislation in Senate
Masterpieces From Indian Market Auction
Preserving Culture: NPS Awards Grants
Put Native Youth Back in Mascots Debate
Native Languages Bill Heads to Senate
Hill: Cherokee Congressman is Beautiful
Prime Time!Schimmel and Goodrich Faceoff
EPA Wants Tribes to Be Healthy
Hillary Clinton Says No! to Redskins
29-Part Series on Passamaquoddy Tribe
Wall Street in Myth and Reality
Passing on the Culture: The Water Drum
What We Can Learn from the Lakota
EPA Green Lights NGS
10 Military Uses of Native Imagery
Coming Attraction: Winter in the Blood
Gourmet Indigenous Dishes [10 Photos]
Redskins Hire PR Firm
Tribe Rebuilds Citizen’s Home After Fire
Thing About Skins
Monteau: Will new crime effort make an impact?
Harold A. Monteau
T he U.S. Department of Justice delivered its report on Indian country crime at the National Congress of American Indians midyear meeting...
Utah Town Unsettled by Doctor’s Suicide and an Inquiry on Indian Artifact Looting
For 30 years Dr. James Redd was always on call to care for the Mormon and American Indian families who share the remote canyon lands here in southeastern Utah...
CropLife International supports Ban Ki-moon’s call to combat desertification and drought
BRUSSELS – CropLife International welcomes UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s global appeal to help fight drought and desertification and to stem its further expansion with the hel...
Senators call archaeological theft raid overkill
The Associated Press
LAYTON, Utah (AP) – Utah’s U.S...
Entrepreneurship Summer Camp for kids and teachers at Sitting Bull College
FORT YATES, N.D. – Sitting Bull College Entrepreneurial Center is hosting an Entrepreneurship Summer Camp for youth, aged 9 – 13, and teachers from July 13 – 17...
Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa
TULSA, Okla. – Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa, Inc. will officially break ground on an approximately 26,000-square-foot addition July 14, at 10 a.m. at 550 S...
FALLBROOK: Bright Pala billboard coming down after short run near I-15
A towering, brightly lighted billboard just east of Interstate 15 near Lake Rancho Viejo will be removed after creating a stir with local residents and officials, who said they wer...
Nisqually Indian Tribe’s donations near $4 million since ’01
Children’s programs and public safety organizations were among those that received contributions totaling more than $480,000 from the Nisqually Indian Tribe...
Alcohol-based sanitizers for flu-hit First Nations delayed over substance abuse fears
Health Canada delayed the delivery of alcohol-based hand sanitizers to some First Nations communities affected by swine flu because of concerns the alcohol content might be abused,...
EDITORIAL: A Journey of Forgiveness
Imagine, for a moment, the unthinkable...
Penobscots celebrate day for Native American vets
They fought in all of the wars of this country, even though they weren’t recognized as full American citizens until 1964...
Blog: Wal-Mart Builds on a Native American Burial Ground….again
On June 20th, the Wintu tribe—whose land encompasses parts of Northern California—dedicated an 8 foot bronze statue to memorialize the site of a sacred burial ground...
Kaufert wants smoking banned in state’s casinos
State Rep. Dean Kaufert claims the statewide smoking ban that’s going into |effect in July 2010 is flawed because it excludes Indian casinos...
Tribal members want greater protection for sacred sites
Benjamin Franklin famously said that a society could be judged by how it cares for its dead...
Ex-hospital to house Tribe elders
The Snoqualmie Tribe is turning the former Nelems Memorial Hospital into housing for elders...
‘Indian crafts’ may be problem for Cherokees of Alabama
Crafts sold by the Cherokees of Alabama should not be marketed as authentic American Indian items because the group is not a federally or state recognized tribe, according to the A...
Cyclists take path of ancestors
It took Cherokees nearly five grueling months to trudge across mountains, rivers, fields and forests to take the northern route of what is known as the Trail of Tears...
Taxpayer's federation questions mystery money
The Blood Band received more than $65 million from the federal government last year, but how it’s spending the money remains a mystery to most of its residents...
NEO hopes to lure vice president’s wife with dream catchers
Jill Biden is the stuff of dreams...
Penobscot Nation Pursues Government Contracts
The Penobscot Nation is looking to bring new jobs to Indian Island by doing work for the government...
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