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Winter Solstice: The Return of the Light
Video: Hoopa Home Chef Cooks Up Stuffing
It's Time to Bring Home Jim Thorpe
Keystone XL Is 2015 Political Touchstone
Native Settlement Saved
Comment Period on BIA Rule Extended
Mother of WNBA MVP Shoni Schimmel & Lady
DOJ Indicts Execs in W.Va Chemical Spill
Video: Elder Shares Christmas Stories
I Just Fixed The Redskins Problem!
'I Sing. You Dance.' Creator Talks Music
Ahtna Language Needs Your Help
College Fund Says Thank You With Video
Chevron Still Owes $9.5bn in Ecuador
Gaming Exclusivity Fees Dip
Dakota 38 + 2 Detour at Sisseton
Dangerous Turkeys, Dangerous Banks
FCC: 'Redskins' Is Not Profane
‘Wards of the Federal Government’?
Congress Moves to Protect Alaska's Women
Thing About Skins
Graham Interview Reveals Further Details
VANCOUVER, B.C. - A taped interview with John Graham, who is charged with the murder of Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash, puts him at the scene where the execution took place...
New Cop in Town Prompts Boycott
LAKE ANDES, S.D. - A town police officer who has a reputation of mistreatment of American Indians has returned as police chief and the Yankton Sioux Tribe is angry...
Tribal Members Protest Catawba Bingo
ROCK HILL, S.C...
Minnesota and Tribes at Odds Over Gaming
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Attacks on Indian gaming and sovereignty are reaching a fever pitch...
To Go Forth and to Return: Salute to Victor Montejo
It is the call of nature to many Native men and women, particularly those who have gone out into the world and lived dedicated professional lives, that they return again and again ...
The Presidents; Gerald R. Ford
President Gerald R. Ford took office on Aug. 9, 1974, immediately following the resignation of Richard M. Nixon, the first and only American president to resign...
Educating Capitol Hill is Key to Progress
Jacob L. Coin
No group of people in the United States - or the entire world, for that matter - lives under the same unique legal status as American Indians...
Tradition from Two Worlds
WINSTED, Conn. - GRAMMY nominated and NAMMY award-winning flutist Joseph FireCrow has one of the most interesting styles of Native flute...
Navajo Code Talkers Remain Active with Appearances
Ariz. - Clad in bright yellow, the distinguished speaker bellowed into the microphone and requested the audience to copy his words...
Peltier lawyers ask for FBI Probe
WASHINGTON - The Leonard Peltier Legal Defense Committee has asked the House Committee on the Judiciary to investigate the activities of FBI agents and informants in conjunction wi...
Younger Voters Plan to Head to the Polls
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - Turning 18 in the past may have meant being able to stay out late, getting into a dance club, or joining the military...
Abandoning the Principle of Law is the Wrong Way to go
World events may feel as though they are moving at a breathtaking pace and some people express confusion about why they should be paying attention...
South Dakota on Nation Watch
Senate may again depend on Indian vote RAPID CITY, S.D...
View from the Edge of America
Interview with Annie Humphrey BISMARK, N.D. - Annie Humphrey is one of the most critically-acclaimed figures in contemporary Native music...
Conn. Problem Gambling Summit Held
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Cycles come and go, but the renewal of life in the spring may be the best. Our ancestors led their lives by observing all of these cycles carefully...
Truth Joins Salmon as Casualty of Water Spill Wars
WASHINGTON - Twenty-four salmon will swim to the ends of the oceans and back again while truth is getting its toes wet, it seems...
Legislative Bills Propose Alcohol-Free Buffer Zone
LINCOLN, Neb. - Legislation in Nebraska has taken a page from the history books and has proposed a no alcohol buffer zone around reservations that prohibits alcohol sales...
Niijii Celebration Warms Wisconsin Northwoods
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis. - The humor and stories of Jim Northrup captivated the audience, and the music of Clinton J...
The Politics of Fear and Racism
A brief filed before the U.S...
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