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American Indian College Fund Lands Grant From Nissan
PRNewswire-USNewswire reports that in support of American Indian students' pursuit of higher education, Nissan North America, Inc...
WASHINGTON – In contrast to last year’s tribal summit with the president, the White House didn’t want complete transparency involving the day’s events, which were sometimes filled ...
Menominee Boxer Headed for Big Time?
Menominee native Marcus Oliveira is a bad man. At least in the ring he is...
Colo. State Sen. in Wreck, Kills Pregnant Texan
Democratic Colorado State Senator, Suzanne Williams -- the only registered American Indian state legislator -- was involved in car wreck north of Amarillo, Texas, that left a pregn...
A lump of coal for ANCs
Rob Capriccioso, Today staff
WASHINGTON – In a year filled with congressional triumphs for Indians, Sen...
Navajos pass law limiting police access to land
Navajo lawmakers have passed legislation prohibiting non-tribal officers from searching or arresting American Indian suspects on the reservation absent a cross-commission agreement...
Groups aim to develop new Native American leaders
As special adviser for Indian affairs at Arizona State University, former Navajo Nation president Peterson Zah spent the past 16 years trying to develop Native American youth leade...
Indian activists file lawsuit to block big solar farms
A group of activists is seeking to block six massive solar projects in the California desert, claiming that federal officials didn't properly consider the damage they would cause t...
BIA to meet with Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes’ leaders
Bureau of Indian Affairs officials will meet with leaders of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes today to quell escalating tensions between tribal members on both sides of a controvers...
Tiwanaku: Bolivia’s mysterious city finds new life
Sara Shahriari, Today correspondent
O n the vast, dry Bolivian plains near the shore of Lake Titicaca stand the remains of a great civilization...
Cherokee Nation EMS Instructor Receives National Honor
Photo courtesy of Cherokee Nation. Cherokee Nation EMS instructor Mark Bighorse demonstrated infant life support procedure in Tahlequah...
The Year IHCIA Became Permanent
WASHINGTON – After nearly a decade of struggling to get the Indian Health Care Improvement Act reauthorized, advocates not only got the job done in 2010, they also made it permanen...
Cherokee Nation’s Jack Brown Center Receives National Certification
Photo courtesy of Cherokee Nation. Director Darren Dry stood outside the entrance of the Cherokee Nation’s Jack Brown Center...
North Dakota Medical Center Uses Meditation Room for Healing
AP Photo/The Bismarck Tribune, Tom Stromme. In this Dec. 2, 2010 photo, Rev. Julian Nix stands in the austere Meditation Room inside St. Alexius Medical Center in Bismarck, N.D...
Alaska Natives See ‘Heartbreak’ in Suicide Rate
AP Photo/Rachel D'Oro ANCHORAGE, Alaska – She’s just a regular Alaska Native, she says – trying to be cool, even when she’s not...
Moonlighting As a Soccer Star
When the U.S. National Team begins their camp this January, they'll be looking to answer its goal scoring problems up top...
This Native American winery located in Spotsylvania, Virginia, just received another award for one of their wines, the bronze in the National Commercial Competition with the Americ...
Twin Arrows Casino Will Benefit Navajos
The Navajo tribe will add a fourth casinos to its portfolio next year, a move that solidifies its place in the gaming industry and stands to benefit the largely poverty-stricken 27...
Some Reservations Resemble a War-Torn Country
The Santa Ana Pueblo reservation in New Mexico reminds Daily Beast reporter Eliza Griswold of a refugee camp. She chronicles the daily commute of 16-year-old E.J...
Patterns of Conspicuous Consumption
Blogger Amy DuFault of EcoSalon is pointing out the obvious with her post about the continuing popularity of Navajo patterns among urban hipsters—but we must admit to a little bit ...
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