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Judges Rule in Favor of SBT
What the Hell Is Wrong With ABQ Cops?
Colorful Easter Carpet Breaks Records
Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
The Trees Danced for Us
Tribes in Court Over North Dakota Land
Remembering Good Friday Disasters
Kansas City to Host Tennis Championships
Gunmen on Video Shooting at Guarani
NFL Franchise Channels Puritan Colonists
Trumpeter Swan Poachers Sentenced
Cherokee Nation Adds Millions to Housing
Locals Learning Emergency Response
CNN Reporter Explores Best Native Places
Racial Bullying Persists in NoCal
White House Honors Henry Red Cloud
USDA Offers Native Rural Business Grants
'Scalped' Comic Book Is Coming to TV
Climate Change on Prime Time Television
Watch: Jewell Deliver SIPI Commencement
Thing About Skins
ESPN Uses Old ‘Sioux’ Mascot in On-air Mixup
Has the University of North Dakota reverted back to its former logo? No, technically, UND has no mascot...
Minnesota Moose Deaths Still Confound Scientists
The hunts have been canceled, and the studies are ongoing. Yet moose are still dying, and scientists are stymied...
Eureka Considers a Formal Apology for Wiyot Massacre
The 1860 Wiyot Massacre on Indian Island was not the first in the region, and it wouldn’t be the last...
Snow Snake Is Winter’s Wind-up With a Bang
Winter may be slowly fading away (Spring begins on Thursday), but it wasn’t too late in the season to throw a snake or two down the old snow track...
Shut Out of Nez Perce Turf, Mega-Loads Rumble Through Montana
Missoula, Montana has become the latest battleground against so-called mega-loads trundling gargantuan hunks of equipment destined for the oil sands of Alberta, Canada...
Isadore Boni: AIDS Stigma Holding Back Progress in Indian Country
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), of persons diagnosed with HIV, more than 38 percent of American Indians and Alaskan Natives progressed to an AIDS diagnosis in le...
Swept Away, Part 2: Suing South Dakota to Protect Native Children
From the beginning, he sensed that something was off...
Navajo Medicine Men Pass Anti-Redskins Resolution
Gale Courey Toensing
The Navajo Nation’s traditional medicine men have taken a stand against the cruel and racist name of the Washington, D.C.’s football team...
College Cheer Squad Dresses Like Cowboys & Indians
A photo that made the rounds on Twitter Sunday evening has sparked backlash against a cheerleading squad from the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada...
Celebrate Spring at the Chickasaw Cultural Center
Celebrate spring at the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma...
Who's Going to Tell the Irish to 'Get Over It' on St. Patrick's Day?
Were the Irish Living in the Southeast Before Columbus Arrived?
Irish culture is filled with tales of fairies, banshees and leprechauns, and there is nothing as Irish as a good story...
The Democratic Party’s Indian Problem (And Guess Who’s Next?)
UPDATED MARCH 26 to 7th Paragraph: On the afternoon of March 9, the Montana Democratic Party leadership was holed up in a small stone building in the state’s capital, Helena...
Key Thoughts From KeyBank: Economic Development Plans Must Diversify to Sustainably Meet Community Needs
Many nations throughout Indian Country benefit from single sources of revenue that help to mitigate pressing community challenges...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, March 16, 2014
It's our roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: BISON CONTROVERSY: The slaughter of bison in Yellowstone National Park has been declared finished for the year...
The Heart of Everything That Is: Chief Red Cloud's Untold Story, Revealed
The writing team of Bob Drury and Tom Clavin are best known to their readers as American military historians...
Sequoyah Students Start Anti-Bullying Initiative
A new club at Sequoyah High School known as “The Preventers” has students speaking out against bullying and its harmful effects on teenagers...
Panamanian Indigenous Fight Back Against Threatened Eviction
Indigenous leaders in Panama have answered an eviction order with an ultimatum...
Principal Chief Baker Honored as ‘Centurion’ by NSU
Cherokee Nation Release
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker was among 10 recipients to receive this year’s Centurion Award by Northeastern State University...
Pelosi Says Trademark Office Should Not Protect 'Redskins'
On Thursday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said that the word “redskins” should not be a protected trademark...
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