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Trauma May Be Woven Into DNA
First Native Astronaut Speaks at Hopi
Sandler Not Only One Stereotyping
EPA Clean Water Rule Draws Fire
Farewell Party for Houser's Footprints
Riding Rodeo With MS
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Repatriated Remains Reburied in Michigan
BIA’s Extreme Rubber Stamping
Roger Goodell Called 'The Devil'
Circle the Wagons!
Salads by Season—Focus on the Southwest
An Assault on Native Rights
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Begaye Must Stop Escalade Nightmare
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Review: Momofuku Ko and the Sioux Chef
The Mother of the Earth Returns
Big Two Months for the Samish Nation
Randy Mantooth of 'Emergency!'
Thing About Skins
Settlement in Yup’ik language voter assistance case reached
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Alaska Attorney General’s Office recently joined the Native American Rights Fund , the American Civil Liberties Union , the Northern Justice Project, four A...
Premeditated first-degree murder conviction upheld
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A grisly crime three years ago on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation resurfaced in federal appellate court Feb...
City of Denver, Northern Cheyenne Tribe, and Salt Lake City receive grants to combat greenhouse gases
Dancing with the Bald Eagle Dancer
Students at Cornerstone Christian Academy got to see a teepee, animal skins and eagle feathers up close Wednesday afternoon...
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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21st century Indian policy
Letter to the Editor
W hat should Indian policy in the 21st century look like? Around the world, indigenous peoples have generally similar views and expression of their needs...
Indian affairs commission leaves land trust issue in limbo
The state Commission on Indian Affairs, which requested that part of the Watuppa Reservation be put into state-controlled trust, did not take action on the Fall River and Freetown ...
Middleboro demands explanation from tribe
Ending three weeks of silence, Middleboro selectmen have agreed to send a letter to Mashpee Wampanoag leaders asking them to explain published reports about the tribe's courting of...
Tribes praise executive order
Leaders of Maine’s Indian tribes praised an executive order signed Wednesday by Gov...
Tribes Target Grandchildren in Planning
Part 3 of 5 CONCHO, Okla...
Commerce secretary commits to Indian country
LAS VEGAS – Department of Commerce Secretary Gary Locke says the Obama administration supports a new round of jobs-based recovery funds for Indian country...
Bill narrowing use of Indian names, mascots advances
Wisconsin schools could no longer use Indian mascots and team names in many cases under a bill the Assembly signaled preliminary support for in a series of votes Tuesday...
Indian logo bill delayed in Assembly
A Republican has delayed the final passage of a bill that would force schools to drop American Indian logos or face fines...
Impact of Tribe 2 percent funds on M.P. Area Technical Center
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe has given 2 percent of its annual income, more than $100 million since the opening of Soaring Eagle Casino in 1994, to the Isabella County area...
West Side setback: Tribes want land after all
For Aquidneck Island towns, the Navy’s long-awaited announcement that it will release 260 surplus west-side acres was cause for early February celebration...
Another try at taxing Indian cigarettes
A state tax department policy of not enforcing tax collections on Indian cigarette sales was officially rescinded Tuesday by the Paterson administration...
NIEA at time of change
WASHINGTON – The National Indian Education Association is set to lose a longtime director to the federal government. The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs voted Feb...
Pesticide exposure deprives Yaqui girls of breastfeeding – ever
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
SONORA VALLEY, Mexico – The problems began ominously with the Yaqui pueblo peoples who accepted pesticide practices in the 1950s so-called Green Revolution ...
AIDS survivor brings education and testing to San Carlos reservation
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
SAN CARLOS, Ariz...
Landmark Klamath River restoration and dam removal agreements signed
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
SALEM, Ore. – The world’s largest river restoration and dam removal effort kicked off in a spirit of celebration inside the grand rotunda of Oregon’s Capitol Feb. 18...
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