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Poachers Destroy Iconic Redwoods
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Fatter Wallets = Skinnier Kids
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Wolves Transform Yellowstone's Rivers
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Dylan Jenét, Presented by Stevie Wonder
NCAI Celebrates Passage of VAWA
Pine Ridge: Building an Artists' Economy
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‘Mayor’ Wants to Make His Term Count
Social Pow Wow Honors Native Educators
Moving From Sovereignty to Autonomy
Chief Offers Condolences
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Chickasaw Elder's Legacy
Obama Proposes $33.6M for Indian Country
Portrait of Celebrated Aviator Unveiled
Thing About Skins
Orion Sidles Westward, Portending Spring, as Moon's Shy Crescent Hovers
It might not feel like it on parts of Turtle Island, but spring is indeed just around the corner...
Chairman Colley Billie: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
Michelle Obama, Will Ferrell Host Hilarious 'Let's Move!' Focus Group With Kids
A group of young kids talk healthy eating and being active with Michelle Obama and Will Ferrell, while knocking the comedian's diet of six straight days of healthy eating and candy...
Native History: Yellowstone National Park Created on Sacred Land
This Date in Native History: On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed a bill to create Yellowstone National Park in the Wyoming, Montana and Idaho territories...
The 10 Biggest Pow Wows in Indian Country
Powwow season is almost upon us. Warm weather brings out drum groups, singers, dancers and the beloved Indian taco stands...
Native American Voices: Five Videos From the Penn Museum
On Saturday, March 1, Native American Voices: The People -- Here and Now opens at the Penn Museum in Philadelphia ...
Navajo Junk Food Tax Still on the Table
Denisa Livingston knows what progress looks like and she’s seeing it at home on the Navajo Nation...
Inuit Student's Murder Sparks Renewed Calls for National Violence Inquiry
As two were charged in the murder of Loretta Saunders, the 26-year-old Inuit university student who was researching the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada, th...
Woman in Texas Claims Grandson Killed Legendary Chupacabra
Ranchers in Victoria,Texas say they killed a chupacabra they found roaming on their land. “My grandson ran and got a gun, and shot it at 250 yards,” Lucy Ohrt told KAVU ...
Sen. Begich Says It’s Time to Pay Up US in The Hill Column
Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) recently sat down with ICTMN for a candid interview on a variety of topics affecting American Indians and Alaska Natives...
NCAI Official Named to President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans
Sherry Salway Black, The National Congress of American Indians' (NCAI) director of the Partnership for Tribal Governance , has been appointed to the President’s Advisory Council on...
Fitch Upgrades Cherokee Nation's Rating
The Cherokee Nation’s credit rating has been upgraded to “BBB” from “BBB-”by Fitch Ratings Inc., one of the top three global rating agencies, for continuing to show strong financia...
How Did I Miss That? Goldman Sachs: The Vampire Squid; Merle Haggard
There’s an Internet meme going around that the name for a group of baboons is a “congress.” Very funny, but untrue...
The Lillian St. Cyr Story, Part 2: 'Squaw Man' and the Hollywood Years
The Squaw Man opened a century ago -- February 23, 1914, to be exact -- and became a financial success. For Lillian St...
Tribal Leader Says He Witnessed Aggressive Outbursts by Keith Harper; Others Affirm Support for Human Rights Nominee
John Berrey, chairman of the Quapaw Tribe, is adding himself to a list of Native Americans who are expressing concern about Keith Harper’s nomination to serve as a United Nations a...
Native History: Colorado Territory Created Amidst Gold Rush
This Date in Native History: On February 28, 1861, parts of Utah, Kansas, Nebraska and New Mexico were joined to create the Colorado Territory, known today as the state of Colorado...
Kinder High’s Junior Shortstop Already Commits to LSU
Dylon Poncho has been recruited to play for Louisiana State University...
Mike Connor Confirmed as Interior Deputy Secretary
Mike Connor has been confirmed to become the Obama administration’s next deputy secretary of the Department of the Interior, the number two position at the agency under Secretary S...
10 Things to Know About 'The Red Road' and Star Jason Momoa
The Red Road is a fictional TV drama, premiering tonight on Sundance TV, that tells the story of a Native American tribe on the New York-New Jersey border and its uneasy relationsh...
First Nations Exult as Canadian Government Rejects Taseko's New Prosperity Mine
First Nations across Canada on February 27 were lauding the federal government’s final rejection of a mining proposal that would have destroyed Tsilhquot’in sacred lands and caused...
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