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The Constitution: Dead or Alive?
The Week That Was: February 14, 2016
Food Fight! GOP Debate
Lloyd Kiva New’s 100th Birthday & Legacy
Video: In Memory of Raymond Hummingbird
USDA Allocates Nearly $6 Million
Don't Fall For 'Wound-A-Kneeism'
Red Lake High: 'Dream Team of the Week'
10 Funny Native-Style Valentine’s Gifts
Food Oppression: Mic Features Sioux Chef
Home Sweet New Home
Judgment Returns Remains to Tribe
Skins: No Dem. Deserves Our Vote (Yet)
Saved DiCaprio in The Revenant: RedCloud
February 14 MMIW Marches in Canada
Video: What Is the Heirloom Seed Program
To Change Congress: Rethink the Money
Koshare Dancers Guilty of Appropriation
Small Business to Insure, Protect Tribes
Holy Shih Tzu! Bernie Flies Coach
Thing About Skins
Winnemem Fear Forest Service Harrassment During Sacred Ceremony
Less than two weeks away from the Coming of Age Ceremony (Bałas Chonas) for a 16-year-old Winnemem Wintu teenager, U.S...
Fixing The Great American Health Care Mistake
The Obama administration’s decision last week to delay a mandate for large employers to provide health insurance or pay a fine is both meaningless and significant...
5 Upcoming Pow Wows to Add to Your Calendar
As we approach the dog days of summer, the pow wow trail is heating up. Here are five upcoming pow wows that will be spectacular...
Despicable Me 2, Village People and The Power of Feather Headdresses
With all the fuss over Johnny Depp's crow-headed portrayal in The Lone Ranger , the presence of a Native reference in the film that won the box office derby for the long weekend --...
Hero Cats Say Military Working Dogs Are Punks, Bark Too Much
Military Working Dogs are heros, indispensable to the efforts of our Armed Forces, and aid to those heros who return and need an extra bit of help...
Asylum Awaits Snowden in Bolivia as Thousands March at US Embassy
Thousands of protesters marched in La Paz, Bolivia today, calling on their government to close the United States embassy following an incident that saw President Evo Morales' plane...
Sioux Nation Chief Oliver Red Cloud Walks On
He served as chief of the Sioux Nation since 1977. He was a delegate to the United Nations and a champion of Lakota culture on Turtle Island and abroad...
Strapped Down & Sedated: Female Inmates Illegally Sterilized in CA
Nearly 250 female inmates were sterilized in California prisons without state approval between 1997 and 2010, reveals a new report by the Center for Investigative Reporting ...
Exploded Quebec Oil Train Was Bringing Crude From North Dakota's Bakken to New Brunswick Refineries
Authorities in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec on Monday July 8 were still attempting to cool down the wreckage of an exploded oil-tanker train enough to search for the 40 people missing in t...
Fourth of July Weekend Pow Wow Highlights!
There were many pow wows held over the long Fourth of July holiday weekend, all special and fantastic opportunities to celebrate American Indian cultures and traditions...
The Real Problem With a Lone Ranger Movie? It's the Racism, Stupid
The hysteria over Johnny Depp as Tonto is (probably) in its denoument: The Lone Ranger opened to terrible reviews and disappointing box office numbers , and American Indians who di...
Utes Say State and County Police Are Violating Their Borders
Over the years, the Ute Indian Tribe (Northern Ute) members have voiced their concerns about traffic stops and arrests by county and state police on tribal lands in northeastern Ut...
‘Twenty Grand Business Plan Competition’ Coming to RES Arizona
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development is bringing its “Twenty Grand Business Plan Competition” to the Reservation Economic Summit (RES) Arizona at Wild Hor...
Why Do Dan Snyder and the NFL Refuse to Change Racist Redskins Name?
In less than three weeks, on July 25, the Washington Pigskins are expected to hold their first training camp practice that's open to the public...
Montreal’s First Peoples’ Festival of Fun is Almost Here
Gale Courey Toensing
In a few short weeks, a 100-foot tall tipi will once again rise up at Place des Festivals, the main square smack in the middle of downtown Montreal, in preparation for the 23rd Fir...
Precious Benally: Law Grad, Entrepreneur, Future Navajo President
Sitting outside Grimaldi’s Pizzeria in Brooklyn, New York, just east of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, Precious Benally examines a tattoo on her bicep. It’s of her sister, Princess...
Leaders Praise Supreme Court Decision to Uphold Voting Rights
Tribal leaders in Arizona praised the Supreme Court's June 17 decision to strike down Arizona's Proposition 200, which effectively restricted the voting rights of American Indians ...
Lacrosse, Shinney & Double Ball: How Games Can Beat Historical Trauma
Native games, neuroscience, and historical trauma--they sound like an odd trio but collectively may provide answers to problems across Indian country...
President Ted Nugent? We Have Nothing to Fear But... uh, Everything!
On news today that rocker Ted Nugent, the Motor City Madman, may run for president in 2016, ICTMN asks one question: How would a President Nuge be for Indian country?...
Gentle Giant: Massive and Mysterious Oarfish Caught on Video
It’s the mysterious animal that most likely gave rise to sea serpent myths. The oarfishat first resembles a pencil as it stands at attention in the murky ocean depths...
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