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Osage Nation Wins Bid on Turner Ranch
USDA Investments Impact Rural America
Brown Changes Fall Holiday to IPD
Hillary and Bernie, Mano y Mano
USDA Microloans to Farmers Purchase Land
LA Tribe Gets $48mn for Climate Move
Giant Lake Disappears!
Cherokee Elder Talks Candy and Santa
I’m a Crazy Indian, I Guess
Okla. Sooners Wrestler Davion Jeffries
Uranium Pollution in Sanders, Arizona
SWAIA Names PR & Board Appointments
Old Uranium Mines Poison Navajo Water
Ending All Native Homelessness
From Talking Leaves to Pixels
Dakota Challenge Brings Youth Together
Technology Helps Teach Navajo
Indians Killed in Genocide Memorialized?
Learn Where You Came From
The Revenant’s Elk Dog: Duane Howard
Thing About Skins
Northern Edge Navajo Casino Celebrates Four Years of Stimulating Economy
Northern Edge Navajo Casino turns four this month. The tribe's third casino opened on January 16, 2012, in the Upper Fruitland Chapter, near Farmington, New Mexico...
Swinomish Hires Dental Aide Therapist in Washington State, ADA Objects
To address the significant disparity in oral health services for Native people, on Monday, January 4, the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community in Washington State became the first tri...
Keystone XL: TransCanada Files $15 Billion Lawsuit Over Pipeline Rejection
A day after the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission approved its permit, TransCanada Corp...
Y’all Qaeda Militia Not Welcomed by Oregon Locals
Self-described “patriots,” members of a militia that is not exactly “well-regulated” (as the Second Amendment requires), occupied Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on January 2 for ...
Assimilation Tool or a Blessing? Inside the Mormon Indian Student Placement Program
Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series about the Indian Student Placement Program, a foster-care and education program for Native youths administered by the Church...
Code Talker’s Dream Coming True, One Brick at a Time
A big metal sign in front of Dan Akee’s home reads “Navajo Code Talker Lives Here.” Akee, of Tuba City, Arizona, is one of only 12 surviving Navajo Code Talkers, an elite group of ...
Follow the 'Heard! Millions in Grants & Awesome Changes at Heard Museum
A mecca of American Indian art history, both historical and contemporary, the Phoenix-based Heard Museum received funding in 2015 to undergo one of the greatest overhauls in its 86...
Splash Sister? Navajo Hooper Compared to Steph Curry Signs to Play College Ball
Life’s moving fast for Analyss Benally. Her senior year of high school recently started and she’s already committed to play Division I ball at San Jose State...
Ohkay Owingeh Receives HEARTH Act Approval
The Ohkay Owingeh became the 23rd tribe to move further towards tribal self-governance as acting Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Lawrence S...
Desecration of Graves Sanctioned by Wisconsin Assembly Bill
The Ho-Chunk Nation has been in a legal tussle with a Dane County mining company that wants to destroy a state-protected burial mound in one of its limestone quarries to get the ag...
Honor the Earth Grants $90K to Indigenous Organizations to Protect Sacred Sites, Cultural Traditions
Honor the Earth has released $90,000 in new grants to Indigenous organizations in North America and the Pacific...
Environmentalists Plan to Sue Feds for Approving Navajo Coal Mine Ops
Environmental groups are threatening to sue federal agencies over the feds’ recent approval of ongoing operations at the Navajo Mine, which supplies the notoriously polluting Four ...
Graduation Eagle Feather Fight in Federal Court
On May 22, 2015 Caney Valley High School senior Hayden Griffith, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and the Delaware Tribe, graduated without an eagle feather on her cap...
Juarez and Diverse Seattle Government Ready for Busy 2016 in Northwest
Here are a few of the headlines to watch for in Northwest Native America over the next few months...
Urban Indian Leader Rosemary Richmond Walks On
Rosemary Richmond passed on to the spirit world on October 29, 2015, after a brief hospitalization in Norwalk, Connecticut...
George Washington: First Author of Federal Indian Policy
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45 th president of the United States...
Dead Men Collect No Pensions: The Debt to Our Warriors, Part I
Traditionally, we Indians honor warriors. We honor not only our own warriors but also our adversaries when they act with honor as well as courage...
The Slants’ Simon Tam: ‘Courts Hijacked My Case’
“I’ve been a long-time supporter of the Change the Name campaign,” said Simon Tam of Asian-American band The Slants, fresh off a major legal victory in his fight to trademark his g...
Simon Tam of The Slants Speaks With Indian Country Today: Full Interview
Simon Tam with The Slants interview: Simon Tam, musician turned reluctant legal activist, has been in and out of the news for the past year, most recently for winning an appeal in ...
Traditional Longhouse Proposed in Historical First Nations Territory At Beacon Hill Park
A First Nations longhouse is proposed at Beacon Hill Park, within Esquimalt and Songhees First Nations’ historical territory in Victoria, British Columbia, replacing a dilapidated ...
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