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President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address
The following is President Barack Obama’s full State of the Union Address which he gave Tuesday night: “Mr. Speaker, Mr...
Atlanta Braves Scrap the Cap
The Atlanta Braves have announced that the team won't be wearing hats featuring the "screaming Indian" logo in the upcoming baseball season after all...
Tribal Provisions Secure in Passing of Violence Against Women Act in Senate
The first hurdle is cleared for the tribal provisions to the Violence Against Women Act, as the Senate voted 78-22 today to reauthorize VAWA...
Michigan Department of Civil Rights Wants a Ban on Native Mascots
The Michigan Department of Civil Rights is asking the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights for a ban on the use of American Indian mascots, nicknames and logos...
Cherokee Nation Send Thousands of Valentines to Veterans
In an effort to show their love and support, today and tomorrow the Cherokee Nation will send more than 2,000 handmade valentine cards to the U.S...
Indian Law and Order Commission Seeks Input from Native Teens
In order to present recommendations to President Barack Obama and the United States Congress about how to make tribal communities safer and more just, the Indian Law and Order Comm...
Samia Maldonado, Kichwa Filmmaker Uses Film to Recovery the Kichwa Culture
Samia Maldonado a Kichwa psychologist turned filmmaker from Otavalo, Ecuador was in Paris to present her documentary Mindalae during the Geneva film festival – Filmar por Latin Ame...
Mashpee Gets Preliminary Green Light on Initial Reservation and Casino Land in Massachusetts
Gale Courey Toensing
The Interior Department has issued a preliminary approval for an initial reservation for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, which will provide its citizens with an acknowledged homeland ...
Film Crew Gets a Surprising Visit From Huge Bear
Last month in Manning Park, British Columbia, a film crew was on location shooting the latest commercial for Samsung’s EcoBubble washing machine when a massive bear emerged from th...
Newest Partner in Architecture Firm Mike Laverdure Taps Ojibwe Heritage
Randy Wagner, a partner in DSGW Architects in Minnesota, likens the search for a new partner to finding a spouse...
Native Hawaiians Get a State Recognized Roll
Native Hawaiians from across the islands gathered on the lawn of Iolani Palace to celebrate their recognition on January 20...
President Shelly Speaks of Unity Before NM Joint House
On February 1, the New Mexico Joint Legislative Session heard remarks from Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly where he expressed the need for unity while outlining different bills ...
Tribal Instructor Encourages Healing Through Music—It 'Helps Folks Reach Their Inner Being, Their Soul'
Many people throughout the world find peace and solace through music...
Hopi and Diné Meet to Discuss Future of Navajo Generating Station
Long the cause of conflict and distrust, Black Mesa coal is becoming the key to a new approach to building a sustainable future for the Native peoples of the region and the many no...
U.S. State Department Asks Sonny Skyhawk to Be Cultural Ambassador
Sonny Skyhawk, Rosebud Sioux, an accomplished actor and activist, has been asked by the U.S...
Idle No More Snowbowl Protest Disrupted by Disorderly Woman
During what should have been a peaceful gathering to protest the use of recycled wastewater on the sacred San Francisco Peaks, the Protect the Peaks organization says two Navajo yo...
An Eastern Band of Cherokee Farmer Fosters ‘Memory Banking’ and Growing of Heirloom Seeds
Ask Kevin Welch what he does, and he’ll tell you he’s a “professional farmer.” But he’s no ordinary farmer...
Bald Eagles Falling Prey to Lead-Laced Bullets in Carrion
Lead hunting bullets in carrion are killing eagles and other scavenging animals, and in Wisconsin at least, it mostly stems from deer hunting, and more and more wildlife experts ar...
Billy Frank Jr. Supports Sally Jewell as Interior Secretary
Last week President Barack Obama announced his nomination of Sally Jewell for Secretary of the Interior, a position currently held by Ken Salazar who is stepping down at the end of...
President Shelly Line Item Vetoes $122K for Church Rock Business Development
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly exercised his line-item veto authority and itemized $122,000 from legislation that outlined spending for an incubator and training facilities in ...
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